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'''[[Phagdru Kagyu]]''' ([[phag gru bka' brgyud]])<br>
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'''[[Shugseb Kagyu]]'''<br>
The [[Phagdru Kagyu]] lineage ([[phag gru]]) was established by [[Phagmo Drupa]] Dorje Gyalpo ([[phag mo grub pa rdo rje rgyal po]]), (1110-1170). His lineage was to be continued by the Lang ([[rlang]]) family. Evemtually they became very influential politically. Phagmo Drupa had eight main students who became the founders of the [[Eight lesser Kagyu lineages]].
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The [[Shugseb Kagyu]] lineage (shug gseb) was established by [[Gyergom Chenpo Zhonnu Drakpa]] (gyer sgom chen po gzhon nu grags pa, 1090-1171). He was the founder of the Shugseb monastery in Nyiphu. Their teachings were based on the various Doha cycles, spiritual songs of realisation by Indian masters such as [[Saraha]], [[Shavaripa]], [[Tilopa]], [[Naropa]], [[Maitripa]] etc.
 
 
 
[[Category:Lineages & Teachings]]
 
[[Category:Lineages & Teachings]]
 
[[Category:Kagyu]]
 
[[Category:Kagyu]]

Revision as of 17:14, 2 January 2006

Shugseb Kagyu
The Shugseb Kagyu lineage (shug gseb) was established by Gyergom Chenpo Zhonnu Drakpa (gyer sgom chen po gzhon nu grags pa, 1090-1171). He was the founder of the Shugseb monastery in Nyiphu. Their teachings were based on the various Doha cycles, spiritual songs of realisation by Indian masters such as Saraha, Shavaripa, Tilopa, Naropa, Maitripa etc.