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<noinclude>[[Mipham Gyatso]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude><span class=TibUni16>[[མི་ཕམ་རྒྱ་མཚོ།]]</span></noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[[mi pham rgya mtsho]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[[Mipham Namgyal]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude><span class=TibUni16>[[མི་ཕམ་རྣམ་རྒྱལ།]]</span></noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[[mi pham rnam rgyal]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[[Jamgon Mipham]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude><span class=TibUni16>[[འཇམ་མགོན་མི་ཕམ།]]</span></noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[['jam mgon mi pham]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[[Jamgon Ju Mipham Namgyal]]</noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude><span class=TibUni16>[[འཇམ་མགོན་འཇུ་མི་ཕམ་རྣམ་རྒྱལ།]]</span></noinclude><br>
 
<noinclude>[['jam mgon 'ju mi pham rnam rgyal]]</noinclude><br>
 
  
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Mipham is a word and a name used often throughout Tibetan history, as such it is common that you not find who or what your looking for under such a general search as "Mipham". Here is a list of definitions from Dictionaries and then a list of the more famous figures that were named Mipham.<br>
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===Master With The Name Mipham===
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*mi pham mgon (Indian)
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*mi pham skra'i la ba can (Indian)
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*[[Pang Mipham Gonpo|spang rgan mi pham mgon po]] (Nyingma)
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*[[Mipham Rinpoche|'ju mi pham rnam rgyal rgya mtsho]] (Nyingma)
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*[[Mipham Wangpo|mi pham dbang po]] (Kagyu)
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*[[Kunzig Mipham Chokyi Nangwa|kun gzigs mi pham chos kyi snang ba]] (Kagyu)
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*[[Mipham Chokyi Gyatso|mi pham chos kyi rgya mtsho]] (Kagyu)
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*[[Mipham Chokyi Wangpo|mi pham chos kyi dbang po]] (Kagyu)
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*bis pa ngag dbang mi pham zla ba (Geluk)
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*mi pham ngag dbang 'brug rgyal (Kagyu)
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*mi pham mtsho byung bzhad pa'i lang mtsho (Geluk)
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*mi pham dbyangs can dgyes pa'i rdo rje (Geluk)
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*blo bzang thub bstan mi pham tshul khrims rgyal mtshan (Geluk)
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*bsam gtan mi pham chos kyi rgya mtsho
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*bsam gtan mi pham chos kyi blo gros
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*mi pham dge legs rnam rgyal
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*lung rigs mi pham rdo rje
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*mi pham mgon po dam pa sangs rgyas
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*mi pham ngag dbang 'jigs med 'jam dpal shes bya kun mkhyen
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*no no mi pham bsam gtan
  
  
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mi pham skra'i la ba can/ sngar sh'akya mu ne zhal bzhugs skabs kyi rgya gar gyi grub mtha' smra ba zhig gi ston pa des 'byung ba bzhi nas mir gyur pas mi tshe rdzogs mtshams mi dang 'byung ba bzhi 'jigs pas stong par 'gyur bar 'dod/
  
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mi pham mkhas 'jug mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba/ phung po dang/ khams dang/ skye mched dang/ rten 'brel dang/ gnas dang gnas ma yin pa dang/ dbang po dang/ dus dang/ bden pa dang/ theg pa dang/ 'dus byas 'dus ma byas te mkhas bya'i gnas bcu ston pa'i gzhung 'di ni rab byung bco lnga pa'i chu stag lor 'ju mi pham 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtshos mdzad pa'o/ 1902
  
===Short Biography===
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mi pham mgon po/ rgyal ba byams pa/
[[Mipham|Ju Mipham]] 91846-1912) ranks alongside [[Longchen Rabjam]] and [[Tsongkhapa]] as one of Tibet's most prolific and influential masters. His presentation of the [[Nyingma]] School's unique approach to the view and practice of Buddhism, and in particular the relationship between [[Madhyamaka]] and the [[Great Perfection]], has had an enormous impact on the past few generations of Tibetan Buddhist scholars and practitioners. Namdrolling Monastic College, currently the largest functioning [[Nyingma]] educational institution, includes twenty of his texts in its curriculum. By comparison, only five texts by Longchenpa are included and only one by [[Rongzom Mahapandita]].
 
  
[[Mipham]]'s primary teachers were [[Patrul Rinpoche]] and [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]], both incarnations of the tertön [[Jigme Lingpa]]. Khyentsé Rinpoche requested [[Mipham]] to preserve the [[Nyingma]] teachings through teaching, debate, and composition—a task in which he admirably succeeded. About his remarkable student, Khyentsé remarked: “In this time, there is no one else on earth more learned than lama [[Mipham]].”
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mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, maitreya, mipham rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]
  
He excelled not only in study and teaching, however, but in practice as well. The numerous retreats he completed were always accompanied by miraculous signs of accomplishment.
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mi pham - 1846-1912, scholar in ris med movement, SA 'jam dpal dgyes pa'i rdo rje, 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtsho, invincible [JV]
  
[[Mipham|Mipham Rinpoche]]’s collected writings comprise twenty-seven volumes and cover a vast array of topics. Among his most influential writings are The [[Speech of Delight]]—a commentary on [[Shantarakshita]]'s [[Ornament of the Middle Way]], [[Gateway to Knowledge]]—which provides an overview of the Buddha’s teachings, and [[Beacon of Certainty]]—an elucidation of the view of the Great Perfection and its relationship to the Middle Way teachings.
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mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, Maitreya, Mipham Rinpoche [IW]
*Mipham’s most important students were [[Dodrupchen Rinpoche]], the Fifth [[Dzogchen Rinpoche]], Gemang Kyab Gon, Khenpo Padmavajra, Palyul Gyaltrul, Karma Yangtrul, Palpung Situ Rinpoche, Ling Jetrung, Adzom Drukpa, Tokden Shakya Shri, Ngor Ponlob, and others. The great tulkus of Sechen, Dzogchen, Katog, Palyul, Palpung, Dege Gonchen, Repkong and others of all lineages, Sakya, Gelug, Kagyu, and Nyingma, all became his disciples.
 
  
[[Mipham|Mipham Rinpoche]] was also instrumental in training some of last century’s most important [[Nyingma]] teachers. His most prominent students include Khenpo Künpal, Katok Situ, Sechen Rabjam, Khenpo Pema Dorjé, and the tertön Lerab Lingpa.
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mi pham - Ajita; one of {mu stegs kyi ston pa drug} at the time of Buddha Shakyamuni [RY]
  
===Literary Works===
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mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, [Syn Maitreya] [RY]
See '''[[Writings of Mipham]]'''
 
  
===Main Teachers===
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mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [IW]
*[[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]]<br>
 
*[[Patrul Rinpoche]]
 
  
===Main Students===
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mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [one of {mu stegs pa'i ston pa drug} who taught that everything is created by time) [IW]
*[[Khenpo Kunpal]]<br>
 
*[[Kathok Situ Rinpoche]]<br>
 
*[[Sechen Gyaltsab]]<br>
 
*[[Sechen Rabjam]]<br>
 
*[[Lerab Lingpa]]<br>
 
  
===Main Lineages===
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mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [sh'akya mu ne zhal bzhugs skabs kyi indian doctrine exponent gi ston pa des 'byung ba bzhi nas mir gyur pas mi tshe rdzogs mtshams mi dang 'byung ba bzhi 'jigs pas stong par 'gyur bar 'dod [IW]
*[[Longchen Nyingthig]]<br>
 
  
===Alternate Names & Spellings===
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mi pham skra'i lwa ba can - Ajita kasakambala [one of {mu stegs pa'i ston pa drug} who taught that everything is created by time) [IW]
*Ju Mipham
 
*Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche
 
*Mipham Gyamtso
 
*Lama Mipham
 
*Jampal Gyepe Dorje
 
*Jampal Dorje
 
*Jñanasara
 
*Mipham Jamyang Gyamtso
 
*Ajita
 
  
===Other Reference Sources===
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mi pham skra'i lwa ba can - Ajita kasakambala [IW]
*[[Fill in the blanks]]<br>
 
  
===Internal Links===
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mi pham skra'i lva ba can - Ajita Kasakambala, one of {su stegs pa'i ston pa drug} everything is created by time [RY]
*[[The Buddha's 80 Minor Marks]] explained by [[Mipham|Mipham Rinpoche]]
 
*[[Commentary on the "Seven-lined Supplication to the Guru"]] Wylie text
 
*[[Commentary to "The Supplication of the Vajra Verse"]] Wylie text
 
  
===External Links===
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mi pham mkhas 'jug - the Khenjug of Mipham Rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]
*[http://www.tbrc.org/cgi-bin/tbrcdatx?do=so&resource=P252 Cataloged Writings of Mipham at TBRC]  
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*[http://www.lotsawahouse.org/id9.html Mipham Rinpoche Series on Lotsawa House]
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mi pham mkhas 'jug - mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba} [phung po dang, khams dang, skye mched dang, rten 'brel dang, gnas dang gnas ma yin pa dang, dbang po dang, dus dang, bden pa dang, theg pa dang, 'dus byas 'dus ma byas te mkhas bya'i gnas bcu ston pa'i gzhung 'di ni rab byung bco lnga pa'i chu stag lor 'ju mi pham 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtshos mdzad pa'o,//1902 [IW]
*[http://www.mipham-rinpoche.org homepage of the 3rd Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche]
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*[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mipham Mipham Yahoo group]
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mi pham mkhas 'jug - mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba} * the Khenjug of Mipham Rinpoche [IW]
*[http://www.library.gov.bt/outlines/JuMipham.html Outline: Ju Mipham Sungbum / Mipham Karchag]
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mi pham dge legs rnam rgyal - {mi pham dge legs rnam rgyal} [b in the 10th earth horse year, kagyu lineage holder, famous poet.] [IW]
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mi pham dge legs rin chen - {'dzi sgar bla ma} [RY]
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mi pham dgon - Ajita-natha [IW]
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mi pham dgon - Ajita-natha, (= {rje btsun byams mgon} a deity [IW]
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mi pham mgon - Ajita-natha, [Syn {rje btsun byams mgon} [RY]
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mi pham mgon - Ajita-natha [IW]
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mi pham mgon po - Mipham Gönpo. Identical to Bomting Chöje Miphampa. A great master of the Drukpa Kagyü lineage [RY]
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mi pham mgon po - Ajita-natha, (= {rje btsun byams mgon} a diety (tserig). rgyal ba byams pa [IW]
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mi pham mgon po - Ajita-natha [IW]
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mi pham mgon po - manjushri, a great master of the Drukpa Kagyu lineage [JV]
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mi pham rgya mtsho - SA mi pham [JV]
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mi pham rgya mtsho - 'jam mgon 'ju - (1846-1912) [RY]
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mi pham rgya mtsho - 'jam mgon 'ju (1846-1912) [RY]
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mi pham rgya mtsho - {'jam mgon 'ju} 1846-1912 [RY]
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mi pham chos kyi dbang phyug - {brag dkar rta so sprul sku} b. 1775 [RY]
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mi pham 'jam pa'i dbyangs - Invincible Manjushri [RY]
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mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho - {mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho} [1846 - 1912 great Nyingma lama and rime teacher, Mipham Rinpoche [IW]
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mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho - {mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho} [IW]
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mi pham 'jam byangs rnam rgyal rgya mtsho - [1846 - 1912) great Nyingma Lama, Mipham Rinpoche [RY]
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mi pham 'jam dbyangs - rnam rgyal rgya mtsho [JV]
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mi pham 'jam dbyangs rgya mtsho - SA mi pham [JV]
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mi pham pa - unconquerable, invincible [JV]
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mi pham pa - invincible [RY]
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mi pham pa - Ajita [one of the 16 sthaviras) [IW]
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mi pham pa - 1) Ajita; 2) 2nd of the sthaviras D; 3) unconquerable, invincible) [IW]
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mi pham phun tshogs shes rab - stag rtse sku ske [RY]
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mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal - Lama Mipham, also known as Mipham Jamyang Gyatso (mi pham 'jam dbyangs rgya mtsho) and Jampal Gyepey Dorje ('jam dpal gyes pa'i rdo rje): 1846-1912 [RY]
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mi pham rin po che - Mipham Rinpoche. Great Nyingma master and writer of the last century. A student of Jamgön Kongtrül, Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Paltrül Rinpoche. Blessed by Manjushri, he became one of the greatest scholars of his time. His collected works fill more than 30 volumes. His chief disciple was Shechen Gyaltsab Pema Namgyal. Mipham was a close student of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and regarded as a direct emanation of Manjushri [RY]
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mi pham rin po che - Mipham Rinpoche [RY]
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mi pham rin po che - Mipham rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]
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mi phams - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, Maitreya [IW]
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mi phams mgon po - epithet of maitreya [JV]
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mi phams mgon po - Maitreya [IW]
  
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mi pham

Mipham is a word and a name used often throughout Tibetan history, as such it is common that you not find who or what your looking for under such a general search as "Mipham". Here is a list of definitions from Dictionaries and then a list of the more famous figures that were named Mipham.


Master With The Name Mipham


tshig rdzod Inters

mi pham skra'i la ba can/ sngar sh'akya mu ne zhal bzhugs skabs kyi rgya gar gyi grub mtha' smra ba zhig gi ston pa des 'byung ba bzhi nas mir gyur pas mi tshe rdzogs mtshams mi dang 'byung ba bzhi 'jigs pas stong par 'gyur bar 'dod/

mi pham mkhas 'jug mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba/ phung po dang/ khams dang/ skye mched dang/ rten 'brel dang/ gnas dang gnas ma yin pa dang/ dbang po dang/ dus dang/ bden pa dang/ theg pa dang/ 'dus byas 'dus ma byas te mkhas bya'i gnas bcu ston pa'i gzhung 'di ni rab byung bco lnga pa'i chu stag lor 'ju mi pham 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtshos mdzad pa'o/ 1902

mi pham mgon po/ rgyal ba byams pa/

RY2003 Inters

mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, maitreya, mipham rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]

mi pham - 1846-1912, scholar in ris med movement, SA 'jam dpal dgyes pa'i rdo rje, 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtsho, invincible [JV]

mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, Maitreya, Mipham Rinpoche [IW]

mi pham - Ajita; one of {mu stegs kyi ston pa drug} at the time of Buddha Shakyamuni [RY]

mi pham - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, [Syn Maitreya] [RY]

mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [IW]

mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [one of {mu stegs pa'i ston pa drug} who taught that everything is created by time) [IW]

mi pham skra'i la ba can - Ajita kasakambala [sh'akya mu ne zhal bzhugs skabs kyi indian doctrine exponent gi ston pa des 'byung ba bzhi nas mir gyur pas mi tshe rdzogs mtshams mi dang 'byung ba bzhi 'jigs pas stong par 'gyur bar 'dod [IW]

mi pham skra'i lwa ba can - Ajita kasakambala [one of {mu stegs pa'i ston pa drug} who taught that everything is created by time) [IW]

mi pham skra'i lwa ba can - Ajita kasakambala [IW]

mi pham skra'i lva ba can - Ajita Kasakambala, one of {su stegs pa'i ston pa drug} everything is created by time [RY]

mi pham mkhas 'jug - the Khenjug of Mipham Rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]

mi pham mkhas 'jug - mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba} [phung po dang, khams dang, skye mched dang, rten 'brel dang, gnas dang gnas ma yin pa dang, dbang po dang, dus dang, bden pa dang, theg pa dang, 'dus byas 'dus ma byas te mkhas bya'i gnas bcu ston pa'i gzhung 'di ni rab byung bco lnga pa'i chu stag lor 'ju mi pham 'jam dbyangs rnam rgyal rgya mtshos mdzad pa'o,//1902 [IW]

mi pham mkhas 'jug - mkhas pa'i tshul la 'jug pa'i sgo zhes bya ba} * the Khenjug of Mipham Rinpoche [IW]

mi pham dge legs rnam rgyal - {mi pham dge legs rnam rgyal} [b in the 10th earth horse year, kagyu lineage holder, famous poet.] [IW]

mi pham dge legs rin chen - {'dzi sgar bla ma} [RY]

mi pham dgon - Ajita-natha [IW]

mi pham dgon - Ajita-natha, (= {rje btsun byams mgon} a deity [IW]

mi pham mgon - Ajita-natha, [Syn {rje btsun byams mgon} [RY]

mi pham mgon - Ajita-natha [IW]

mi pham mgon po - Mipham Gönpo. Identical to Bomting Chöje Miphampa. A great master of the Drukpa Kagyü lineage [RY]

mi pham mgon po - Ajita-natha, (= {rje btsun byams mgon} a diety (tserig). rgyal ba byams pa [IW]

mi pham mgon po - Ajita-natha [IW]

mi pham mgon po - manjushri, a great master of the Drukpa Kagyu lineage [JV]

mi pham rgya mtsho - SA mi pham [JV]

mi pham rgya mtsho - 'jam mgon 'ju - (1846-1912) [RY]

mi pham rgya mtsho - 'jam mgon 'ju (1846-1912) [RY]

mi pham rgya mtsho - {'jam mgon 'ju} 1846-1912 [RY]

mi pham chos kyi dbang phyug - {brag dkar rta so sprul sku} b. 1775 [RY]

mi pham 'jam pa'i dbyangs - Invincible Manjushri [RY]

mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho - {mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho} [1846 - 1912 great Nyingma lama and rime teacher, Mipham Rinpoche [IW]

mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho - {mi pham 'jam byangs rnam gyal rgya mtsho} [IW]

mi pham 'jam byangs rnam rgyal rgya mtsho - [1846 - 1912) great Nyingma Lama, Mipham Rinpoche [RY]

mi pham 'jam dbyangs - rnam rgyal rgya mtsho [JV]

mi pham 'jam dbyangs rgya mtsho - SA mi pham [JV]

mi pham pa - unconquerable, invincible [JV]

mi pham pa - invincible [RY]

mi pham pa - Ajita [one of the 16 sthaviras) [IW]

mi pham pa - 1) Ajita; 2) 2nd of the sthaviras D; 3) unconquerable, invincible) [IW]

mi pham phun tshogs shes rab - stag rtse sku ske [RY]

mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal - Lama Mipham, also known as Mipham Jamyang Gyatso (mi pham 'jam dbyangs rgya mtsho) and Jampal Gyepey Dorje ('jam dpal gyes pa'i rdo rje): 1846-1912 [RY]

mi pham rin po che - Mipham Rinpoche. Great Nyingma master and writer of the last century. A student of Jamgön Kongtrül, Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Paltrül Rinpoche. Blessed by Manjushri, he became one of the greatest scholars of his time. His collected works fill more than 30 volumes. His chief disciple was Shechen Gyaltsab Pema Namgyal. Mipham was a close student of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and regarded as a direct emanation of Manjushri [RY]

mi pham rin po che - Mipham Rinpoche [RY]

mi pham rin po che - Mipham rinpoche [1846 - 1912 great nyingma lama and rime teacher) [IW]

mi phams - Ajita, invincible, unconquerable, Maitreya [IW]

mi phams mgon po - epithet of maitreya [JV]

mi phams mgon po - Maitreya [IW]