Shakyashri aka Shakyashri-bhadra (Skt. Śākyaśrī-bhadra) (~1127-1225) aka Kaché Panchen (Wyl. kha che pan chen) was a major Kashmiri sutra and yoginitantra commentator. Shakyashri travelled together with nine panditas to Tibet in 1204 on the invitation of Tropu Lotsawa Rinchen Sengé (khro phu lo tsA ba rin chen seng+ge, b. 1173). Shakyashri remained for 10 years in Tibet, during which time he gave many empowerments and teachings. Likely around 1204, he met Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen (sa skya paN Di ta kun dga' rgyal mtshan, 1182-1251). In 1214 Shakyashri returned to Kashmir. The Tengyur lists 23 works attributed to Shakyashri as an author. Their translation in Tibetan was mainly done by Lotsawa Champa Pal (Wyl. Lo tsā ba Byams pa dpal, 1173-1225) and Lotsawa Rabchok Palzang (Wyl. Rab mchog dpal bzang).
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- van der Kuijp, Leonard. "On the Lives of Śākyaśrībhadra (?-?1225)", Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 114, no. 4 (1994), pp. 599-616.