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'''Eight disciples''' ([[rje 'bangs brgyad]]). The eight chief recipients in Tibet of the [[Eight Sadhana Teachings]] transmitted by Guru Rinpoche:  
 
'''Eight disciples''' ([[rje 'bangs brgyad]]). The eight chief recipients in Tibet of the [[Eight Sadhana Teachings]] transmitted by Guru Rinpoche:  
#King Trisong Deutsen,  
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#[[King Trisong Deutsen]],  
#Namkhai Nyingpo,  
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#[[Namkhai Nyingpo]],  
#Sangye Yeshe,  
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#[[Sangye Yeshe]],  
#Gyalwa Cho-yang,  
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#[[Gyalwa Cho-yang]],  
#Yeshe Tsogyal,  
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#[[Yeshe Tsogyal]],  
#Palgyi Yeshe,  
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#[[Palgyi Yeshe]],  
#Palgyi Senge, and  
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#[[Palgyi Senge]], and  
#Vairotsana.
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#[[Vairotsana]].
  
 
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Revision as of 05:04, 19 December 2005

Eight disciples (rje 'bangs brgyad). The eight chief recipients in Tibet of the Eight Sadhana Teachings transmitted by Guru Rinpoche:

  1. King Trisong Deutsen,
  2. Namkhai Nyingpo,
  3. Sangye Yeshe,
  4. Gyalwa Cho-yang,
  5. Yeshe Tsogyal,
  6. Palgyi Yeshe,
  7. Palgyi Senge, and
  8. Vairotsana.