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'''Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries'''
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'''Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries''' is a classical presentation of how, over the centuries, the [[nyingma]] have been upheld at six monastic seats:
  
1)[[Samye Monastery]], built in 810, was consecrated by [[Padmasambhava]].  
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#[[Katok Monastery]], in east Tibet, founded during the twelfth century, and expanded in 1656, is "the principal upholder of [[Rigdzin Düddul Dorje]]’s and [[Longsal Nyingpo]]’s lineages".<Ref> All the following quotations on the "Six Mother" nyingma monasteries" are based on [[Garje Khamtrul Rinpoche]]'s official website [http://www.cglmonastery.org Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling]</Ref>.
 
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#[[Dorje Drak Monastery]], founded in central Tibet, in 1659, "upholds the Jangter or [[Northern Treasures]] lineage".
2)[[Kathog Monastery]], founded during the twelfth century, expanded in 1656.  
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#[[Mindroling Monastery]], in central Tibet,  established in 1676, "upholds the '''Minling''' lineage".
 
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#[[Palyul Monastery]], founded in east Tibet in 1665, is "the principal upholder of [[Ratna Lingpa]]’s lineage and that of the [[Namchö]], Sky Dharmas.
3)[[Mindroling Monastery]], in central Tibet is the foremost institution of the Nyingma lineage.
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#[[Dzogchen Monastery]], in east Tibet, established in 1685, is "the principal upholder of the [[Nyingtik]]".
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#[[Shechen Monastery]] founded in east Tibet, in 1735,  "unifies the [[kama]] and [[terma]] lineages".
4)[[Palyul Monastery]], founded in East Tibet in 1665.  
 
 
 
5)[[Dzogchen Monastery]], in East Tibet, established in 1685.  
 
 
 
6)[[Shechen Monastery]] founded in east Tibet, in 1735.
 
  
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==Notes==
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Latest revision as of 11:00, 2 June 2014

Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries is a classical presentation of how, over the centuries, the nyingma have been upheld at six monastic seats:

  1. Katok Monastery, in east Tibet, founded during the twelfth century, and expanded in 1656, is "the principal upholder of Rigdzin Düddul Dorje’s and Longsal Nyingpo’s lineages".[1].
  2. Dorje Drak Monastery, founded in central Tibet, in 1659, "upholds the Jangter or Northern Treasures lineage".
  3. Mindroling Monastery, in central Tibet, established in 1676, "upholds the Minling lineage".
  4. Palyul Monastery, founded in east Tibet in 1665, is "the principal upholder of Ratna Lingpa’s lineage and that of the Namchö, Sky Dharmas.
  5. Dzogchen Monastery, in east Tibet, established in 1685, is "the principal upholder of the Nyingtik".
  6. Shechen Monastery founded in east Tibet, in 1735, "unifies the kama and terma lineages".

Notes

  1. All the following quotations on the "Six Mother" nyingma monasteries" are based on Garje Khamtrul Rinpoche's official website Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling