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'''Tertön Trülshik Dongak Lingpa''' ([[Wyl.]] '' 'khrul zhig mdo sngags gling pa'') aka '''Kunzang Thongdrol Dorje''' (Wyl. ''kun bzang mthong grol rdo rje'') (1862-1922) — a famous discoverer of spiritual treasures, and the immediate predecessor of Kyabje [[Trulshik Rinpoche]]. His primary teacher was the Eighth Peling Sungtrul (Wyl. ''pad gling gsung sprul''), [[Kunzang Dechen Dorje]] (1843-1891), and his foremost disciple was [[Ngawang Tendzin Norbu]] (1867-1942). His revelations include the rediscovered [[Dzogchen]] cycle of [[Yangti Nakpo]], originally revealed by Dungtso Repa 'the later'.
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'''Tertön Trülshik Dongak Lingpa''' (Tib. འཁྲུལ་ཞིག་མདོ་སྔགས་གླིང་པ་, [[Wyl.]] '' 'khrul zhig mdo sngags gling pa'') aka '''Kunzang Thongdrol Dorje''' (Wyl. ''kun bzang mthong grol rdo rje'') (1862-1922) — a famous discoverer of spiritual treasures, and the immediate predecessor of Kyabje [[Trulshik Rinpoche]]. His primary teacher was the Eighth Peling Sungtrul (Wyl. ''pad gling gsung sprul''), [[Kunzang Dechen Dorje]] (1843-1891), and his foremost disciple was [[Ngawang Tendzin Norbu]] (1867-1942). His revelations include the rediscovered [[Dzogchen]] cycle of [[Yangti Nakpo]], originally revealed by Dungtso Repa 'the later'.
  
 
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Tertön Trülshik Dongak Lingpa (Tib. འཁྲུལ་ཞིག་མདོ་སྔགས་གླིང་པ་, Wyl. 'khrul zhig mdo sngags gling pa) aka Kunzang Thongdrol Dorje (Wyl. kun bzang mthong grol rdo rje) (1862-1922) — a famous discoverer of spiritual treasures, and the immediate predecessor of Kyabje Trulshik Rinpoche. His primary teacher was the Eighth Peling Sungtrul (Wyl. pad gling gsung sprul), Kunzang Dechen Dorje (1843-1891), and his foremost disciple was Ngawang Tendzin Norbu (1867-1942). His revelations include the rediscovered Dzogchen cycle of Yangti Nakpo, originally revealed by Dungtso Repa 'the later'.

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