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Khyung Lung Monastery, near Kailash [RY]
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Khyungpo Naljor; See. [[mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor]] [RY]
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Khyungpo Naljor. A Tibetan master who brought the teachings back from India that were later known as the [[Shangpa Kagyu]] [RY]
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Khyungpo Naljor. (1002-1064). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu. Disciple of the female siddha Niguma [RY]
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Khyungpo Naljor [see [[mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor]] [IW]
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1002-1064, a Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu [JV]
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Khyung po Naljor [IW]
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late 11th to 12th century - Khyungpo Naljor, who founded the Shangpa Kagyu lineage in Tibet [RY]
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also known as [[mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor]] or [[grub thob khyung po rnal 'byor]]. Dates for him are unclear and unlikely to ever be established beyond a doubt. Some sources have 978-1127 (which seems unlikely) others 1002-1064. Founder of the shangs pa bka' brgyud tradition [TSD]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:06, 29 June 2009

Khyungpo Naljor; See. mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor. A Tibetan master who brought the teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor. (1002-1064). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu. Disciple of the female siddha Niguma [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor [see mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor [IW]

1002-1064, a Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu [JV]

Khyung po Naljor [IW]

late 11th to 12th century - Khyungpo Naljor, who founded the Shangpa Kagyu lineage in Tibet [RY]

also known as mkhas grub khyung po rnal 'byor or grub thob khyung po rnal 'byor. Dates for him are unclear and unlikely to ever be established beyond a doubt. Some sources have 978-1127 (which seems unlikely) others 1002-1064. Founder of the shangs pa bka' brgyud tradition [TSD]