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'''Shanglön Dosher Trelchung''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mdo gzher sprel chung'' ) was one of [[King Trisong Detsen]]’s minister. He was one of the king’s maternal uncles<ref>''zhang'' means maternal uncle, and ''lön'' (''blon''), minister. It was a category of ministers under the early Tibetan kings.</ref>, but he hadn’t been favoured much by nature and was penniless, so he was constantly persecuted. [[Guru Rinpoche]] decided to give him the transmission of the magnetizing deity [[Kurukulla]] from the [[Seven Profound Cycles]], and as a result of doing this practice he became the most powerful man in Tibet.
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'''Shanglön Dosher Trelchung''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mdo gzher sprel chung'') was one of [[King Trisong Detsen]]’s minister. He was one of the king’s maternal uncles<ref>''zhang'' means maternal uncle, and ''lön'' (''blon''), minister. It was a category of ministers under the early Tibetan kings.</ref>, but he hadn’t been favoured much by nature and was penniless, so he was constantly persecuted. [[Guru Rinpoche]] decided to give him the transmission of the magnetizing deity [[Kurukulla]] from the [[Seven Profound Cycles]], and as a result of doing this practice he became the most powerful man in Tibet.
  
  

Revision as of 11:07, 1 June 2017

Shanglön Dosher Trelchung (Wyl. mdo gzher sprel chung) was one of King Trisong Detsen’s minister. He was one of the king’s maternal uncles[1], but he hadn’t been favoured much by nature and was penniless, so he was constantly persecuted. Guru Rinpoche decided to give him the transmission of the magnetizing deity Kurukulla from the Seven Profound Cycles, and as a result of doing this practice he became the most powerful man in Tibet.


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  1. zhang means maternal uncle, and lön (blon), minister. It was a category of ministers under the early Tibetan kings.