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rdo rje ldan pa, (10/11th century)
 
rdo rje ldan pa, (10/11th century)
  
There were several masters by this same name. This particular one was a teacher of the Tibetan scholar and yogin Khedrub [[Khyungpo Naljor]] (11/12th cent.), the founder of the [[Shangpa Kagyu]] school, one of the eight distinct practice lineages of Tibet.
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There were several masters by this same name. This particular one was a teacher of the Tibetan scholar and yogin Khedrub [[Khyungpo Naljor]] (10/12th cent.), the founder of the [[Shangpa Kagyu]] school, one of the eight distinct practice lineages of Tibet. According to a lineage supplication by [[Taranatha]], he is counted among the masters of the transmission lineages of the five tantras of Hevajra, Guhyasamaja, Cakrasamvara, Mahamaya and Vajrabhairava, all of which he passed on to Khyungpo Naljor. [TSD]
  
 
[[Category:Buddhist Masters]]
 
[[Category:Buddhist Masters]]
 
[[Category:Indian Siddhas]]
 
[[Category:Indian Siddhas]]
 
[[Category:Shangpa Masters]]
 
[[Category:Shangpa Masters]]

Revision as of 03:37, 4 May 2010

rdo rje ldan pa, (10/11th century)

There were several masters by this same name. This particular one was a teacher of the Tibetan scholar and yogin Khedrub Khyungpo Naljor (10/12th cent.), the founder of the Shangpa Kagyu school, one of the eight distinct practice lineages of Tibet. According to a lineage supplication by Taranatha, he is counted among the masters of the transmission lineages of the five tantras of Hevajra, Guhyasamaja, Cakrasamvara, Mahamaya and Vajrabhairava, all of which he passed on to Khyungpo Naljor. [TSD]