bkra shis lhun po
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seat of panchen lama, heaps of glory, auspicious events or things, monastery near Shigatse. [JV]
Tashi Lhunpo; founded in 1447 by Gendun Drub (dge 'dun grub, 1391-1475), Tsongkhapa's nephew and disciple. He was retroactively designated as the first Dalai Lama and his relics were preserved in a stupa at Tashi Lhunpo. Tashi Lhunpo, which housed up to four thousand monks, is the seat of the Panchen Lamas. [MR] [RY]
Literally Tashi Lhunpo monastery. [IW]
Tashi Lhunpo (seat of the Tashi lamas, founded in 1447 AD by dge 'dun grub 1391-1474 AD) [RY]
Tashi Lhunpo, in Tsang [RY]