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'''Trengpo Terchen Sherab Özer''' (1518-1572), also known as Drodul Lingpa, was an important [[tertön]] in central Tibet who revealed the Droltik (dam chos grol ba'i thig le) or Gongpa Rangdrol cycle. The student of Drigung Rinchen Puntsok (the father of Chögyal Puntsok), he was the founder of Palri Monastery.   
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'''Trengpo Terchen Sherab Özer''' (1518-1572), also known as Drodul Lingpa, was an important [[tertön]] in central Tibet who revealed the Droltik (''dam chos grol ba'i thig le'') or Gongpa Rangdrol cycle. The student of Drigung Rinchen Puntsok (the father of Chögyal Puntsok), he was the founder of Palri Monastery.   
  
 
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[[Category: Tertöns]]
 
[[Category: Tertöns]]
 
[[Category: Nyingma Masters]]
 
[[Category: Nyingma Masters]]

Revision as of 06:39, 12 July 2008

Trengpo Terchen Sherab Özer (1518-1572), also known as Drodul Lingpa, was an important tertön in central Tibet who revealed the Droltik (dam chos grol ba'i thig le) or Gongpa Rangdrol cycle. The student of Drigung Rinchen Puntsok (the father of Chögyal Puntsok), he was the founder of Palri Monastery.