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Drukpa Nyima Senge ('brug pa nyi ma seng ge) [1251-1287]
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[[Drukpa Nyima Senge]] ('brug pa nyi ma seng ge) [1251-1287]
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[[Image:015-Nyima Senge-sm.jpg|frame|Nyima Senge (1251-1287)]]
  
Member of the branch of the Gya (rgya) clan descending from [[Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje]]'s eldest brother Lhatsen. The son of [[Drukpa Zhonnu Senge]]'s] younger brother Lopon Rinchen Pel. Nyima Senge was the third of the 'Nine Lions' (seng ge dgu) important in the early history of the 'Brug pa Bka' brgyud pa school.
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Member of the branch of the Gya (rgya) clan descending from [[Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje]]'s eldest brother Lhatsen. The son of [[Drukpa Zhonnu Senge]]'s younger brother Lopon Rinchen Pel. Nyima Senge was the third of the '[[Incomparable Nine Lions]]' (mnyam med seng ge dgu) important in the early history of the 'Brug pa Bka' brgyud pa school. Became the throne holder of [[Ralung  Monastery|Ralung]] at the age of 16.
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===Literary Works===
 
===Literary Works===
  
 
===Main Teachers===
 
===Main Teachers===
* [[Drukpa Zhonnu Senge]]  gzhon nu seng ge  
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* [[Drukpa Zhonnu Senge]]  'brug pa gzhon nu seng ge  
 
* 'kho sgom ras pa
 
* 'kho sgom ras pa
  
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===Main Students===
 
===Main Students===
 
* [[Drukpa Senge Sherab]] ([['brug pa seng ge shes rab]]) [1238-1279]<br>
 
* [[Drukpa Senge Sherab]] ([['brug pa seng ge shes rab]]) [1238-1279]<br>
* seng ge rin chen<br>
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* [[Drukpa Senge Rinchen]] ([['brug pa seng ge rin chen]]) [1258-1313] <br>
* shAkya rin chen<br>
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* (shAkya rin chen)<br>
  
 
===Main Lineages===
 
===Main Lineages===
 
*[[Kagyu]]<br>
 
*[[Kagyu]]<br>
 
*[[Drukpa Kagyu]]<br>
 
*[[Drukpa Kagyu]]<br>
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*[[Middle Drukpa]] (bar 'brug) / [[Ralung  Monastery|Ralung Tradition]]<br>
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===Alternate Names===
 
===Alternate Names===
 
      
 
      
 
* Nyima Senge (nyi ma seng ge) <br>
 
* Nyima Senge (nyi ma seng ge) <br>
* Bonpo Nyima Senge (dbon po nyi ma seng ge)<br>  
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* Bonpo Nyima Senge (dbon po nyi ma seng ge)<br>
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* <br>
  
 
===Other Reference Sources===
 
===Other Reference Sources===
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* ''Author:'' dge 'dun rin chen [1926-1997] ('brug rje mkhan po 69);  ''Title:'' dpal ldan 'brug pa'i gdul zhing lho phyogs nags mo'i ljongs kyi chos 'byung blo gsar rna ba'i rgyan (lho yi chos 'byung blo gsar rna rgyan).
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* ''Author:'' Yonten Dargye; ''Title:'' History of the Drukpa Kagyud School in Bhutan ''(12th to 17th Century A.D.)'' [ISBN 99936-616-0-0] pg. 44
  
 
===Internal Links===
 
===Internal Links===
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===External Links===
 
===External Links===
  
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*[http://www.tbrc-dlms.org/kb/tbrc-detail.xq?RID=P914| nyi ma seng+ge]  TBRC P914
  
 
[[Category:Buddhist Masters]]
 
[[Category:Buddhist Masters]]
 
[[Category:Kagyu Masters]]
 
[[Category:Kagyu Masters]]
 
[[Category:Drukpa Kagyu Masters]]
 
[[Category:Drukpa Kagyu Masters]]

Latest revision as of 04:04, 9 February 2008

Drukpa Nyima Senge ('brug pa nyi ma seng ge) [1251-1287]


Nyima Senge (1251-1287)

Member of the branch of the Gya (rgya) clan descending from Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje's eldest brother Lhatsen. The son of Drukpa Zhonnu Senge's younger brother Lopon Rinchen Pel. Nyima Senge was the third of the 'Incomparable Nine Lions' (mnyam med seng ge dgu) important in the early history of the 'Brug pa Bka' brgyud pa school. Became the throne holder of Ralung at the age of 16.


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Literary Works

Main Teachers


Main Students

Main Lineages

Alternate Names

  • Nyima Senge (nyi ma seng ge)
  • Bonpo Nyima Senge (dbon po nyi ma seng ge)

Other Reference Sources

  • Author: dge 'dun rin chen [1926-1997] ('brug rje mkhan po 69); Title: dpal ldan 'brug pa'i gdul zhing lho phyogs nags mo'i ljongs kyi chos 'byung blo gsar rna ba'i rgyan (lho yi chos 'byung blo gsar rna rgyan).
  • Author: Yonten Dargye; Title: History of the Drukpa Kagyud School in Bhutan (12th to 17th Century A.D.) [ISBN 99936-616-0-0] pg. 44

Internal Links

External Links