Drubwang Shakya Shri

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Drupwang Shakya Shri

Brief Biography

Drugu Tokden Shakya Shri (rtogs ldan sha'kya shr'i - རྟོགས་ལྡན་ཤཱཀྱ་ཤྲཱི་) b.1853: A Tibetan mahasiddha of the 19th century chiefly connected with the Drukpa Kagyu lineage. Born in Drugu, Chamdo easter Tibet, with all the signs of a great being he was later recognized as a manifestation of the Lord of Yogis Saraha by Jamyang Mipham Rinpoche and The Terton Adzom Drukpa.

Literary Works

  • Collected Work, Terma & Table of Contents at TBRC:[1]

Main Teachers

Main Students

The Six Tulku Sons (Bone Lineage)

  • 1st: Tulku Rinchen Kunden
  • 2nd: Rigdzin Tsewang Jigme
  • 3rd: Kunlha Tendzin
  • 4th: Tsewang Rinchen
  • 5th: Phagchog Dorje
  • 6th: Ngawang Choying

Main Lineages

Alternate Names

Other Reference Sources

Internal Links

External Links

  • Great-grandson and present Lineage holder Sey Rinpoche's website:[2]
  • Case Studies from the Family of Rtogs ldan Śākya shrī. by M. Sheehy 2011[3]