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According to [[Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche]], [[Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö]] studied with about eighty masters from all the different traditions of [[Tibetan Buddhism]]:
 
According to [[Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche]], [[Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö]] studied with about eighty masters from all the different traditions of [[Tibetan Buddhism]]:
  
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#[[Adzom Drukpa Drodul Pawo Dorje]] ([[Longchen Nyingtik]], Gongpa Zangthal, Lama Yangtig transmissions, and the introduction to [[Trekchö]] meditation)
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#[[Amdo Geshe Jampal Rolwé Lodrö]] (many tantric transmissions of the [[Gelug]] school)
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#[[Chatral Sangye Dorje]] ([[terma]]s of [[Sera Khandro]])
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#[[Dilgo Khyentse]]
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#[[Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima]] (transmission of [[Rigdzin Düpa]])
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#[[Gatön Ngawang Lekpa]] ([[Lamdré Lopshé]], Vajrabhairava, and Mahakala cycles)
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#[[Gyurme Pema Namgyal]] (transmissions of Changter, Minling ter, Dam-ngak Dzo and many other teachings)
 
#[[Gyurme Tsewang Gyatso]]
 
#[[Gyurme Tsewang Gyatso]]
#[[Khenpo Thupten Rigdzin]] (prayers, grammar, astrology, Sanskrit, and many scriptures)
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#[[Jamyang Loter Wangpo]]
 
#[[Katok Situ Chökyi Gyatso]] ([[Nyingtik Yabshyi]], Longsal cycles, and many other scriptures)
 
#[[Katok Situ Chökyi Gyatso]] ([[Nyingtik Yabshyi]], Longsal cycles, and many other scriptures)
 
#[[Khenpo Jigme Pema Losal]] (ordination)
 
#[[Khenpo Jigme Pema Losal]] (ordination)
#[[Adzom Drukpa Drodul Pawo Dorje]] ([[Longchen Nyingtik]], Gongpa Zangthal, Lama Yangtig transmissions, and the introduction to [[Trekchö]] meditation)
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#[[Khenpo Ngawang Palzang]] ([[Khandro Yangtik]], Longsal, and Dudul cycles)
#[[Gyurme Pema Namgyal]] (transmissions of Changter, Minling ter, Dam-ngak Dzo and many other teachings)
 
#[[Khenpo Shenga]]
 
 
#[[Khenpo Ngawang Thupten Norbu]] (ordination)
 
#[[Khenpo Ngawang Thupten Norbu]] (ordination)
#[[Amdo Geshe Jampal Rolwé Lodrö]] (many tantric transmissions of the [[Gelug]] school)
 
#[[Gatön Ngawang Lekpa]] ([[Lamdré Lopshé]], Vajrabhairava, and Mahakala cycles)
 
#[[Khenpo Ngawang Palzang]] ([[Khandro Yangtik]], Longsal, and Dudul cycles)
 
#[[Jamyang Loter Wangpo]]
 
 
#Khenpo Samten Lodrö (Druptap Küntü and other transmissions)
 
#Khenpo Samten Lodrö (Druptap Küntü and other transmissions)
#[[Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima]] (transmission of [[Rigdzin Düpa]])
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#[[Khenpo Shenga]]
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#[[Khenpo Thupten Rigdzin]] (prayers, grammar, astrology, Sanskrit, and many scriptures)
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#[[Lingtsang Gyalpo]]
 
#[[Tertön Sogyal]]
 
#[[Tertön Sogyal]]
#[[Lingtsang Gyalpo]]
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#[[Dilgo Khyentse]]
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#[[Chatral Sangye Dorje]] ([[terma]]s of [[Sera Khandro]])
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Revision as of 18:26, 9 September 2009

Teachers of Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö (1893-1959)

According to Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche, Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö studied with about eighty masters from all the different traditions of Tibetan Buddhism:


  1. Adzom Drukpa Drodul Pawo Dorje (Longchen Nyingtik, Gongpa Zangthal, Lama Yangtig transmissions, and the introduction to Trekchö meditation)
  2. Amdo Geshe Jampal Rolwé Lodrö (many tantric transmissions of the Gelug school)
  3. Chatral Sangye Dorje (termas of Sera Khandro)
  4. Dilgo Khyentse
  5. Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima (transmission of Rigdzin Düpa)
  6. Gatön Ngawang Lekpa (Lamdré Lopshé, Vajrabhairava, and Mahakala cycles)
  7. Gyurme Pema Namgyal (transmissions of Changter, Minling ter, Dam-ngak Dzo and many other teachings)
  8. Gyurme Tsewang Gyatso
  9. Jamyang Loter Wangpo
  10. Katok Situ Chökyi Gyatso (Nyingtik Yabshyi, Longsal cycles, and many other scriptures)
  11. Khenpo Jigme Pema Losal (ordination)
  12. Khenpo Ngawang Palzang (Khandro Yangtik, Longsal, and Dudul cycles)
  13. Khenpo Ngawang Thupten Norbu (ordination)
  14. Khenpo Samten Lodrö (Druptap Küntü and other transmissions)
  15. Khenpo Shenga
  16. Khenpo Thupten Rigdzin (prayers, grammar, astrology, Sanskrit, and many scriptures)
  17. Lingtsang Gyalpo
  18. Tertön Sogyal




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