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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.
'''Khyungpo Naljor''' ([[khyung po rnal 'byor]]), (990-1139). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the [[Shangpa Kagyu]]. He travelled to India seven times and studied with 150 masters. His special root gurus were the female siddhas [[Niguma]] and [[Sukhasiddhi]] and the masters [[Maitripa]] and [[Rahula]].
 
  
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Revision as of 19:26, 30 August 2008

Tsangpa Gyarey (gtsang pa rgya ras) (1161-1211). Early master in the Drukpa Kagyü lineage, also known as Yeshe Dorje (ye shes rdo rje). Chief disciple of Lingje Repa and founder of 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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