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'''Tsangpa Gyarey''' ([[gtsang pa rgya ras]]) (1161-1211). Early master in the [[Drukpa Kagyu lineage|Drukpa Kagyü lineage]], also known as [[Yeshe Dorje]] ([[ye shes rdo rje]]). Chief disciple of [[Lingje Repa]] and founder of [[Druk Gonpa|Druk Gönpa]] after which Drukpa Kagyü got its name. It was during his time that a saying appeared, “Half the people are Drukpas, half the Drukpas are mendicant beggars, and half the mendicants are siddhas.
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'''Khyungpo Naljor''' ([[khyung po rnal 'byor]]). (1002-1064). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the [[Shangpa Kagyu]]. Disciple of the female siddhas [[Niguma]] and [[Sukhasiddhi]].
  
 
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Khyungpo Naljor (khyung po rnal 'byor). (1002-1064). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu. Disciple of the female siddhas Niguma and Sukhasiddhi.