Prince Murub Tsepo
- Damdzin Yeshe Rolpa Tsal (dam 'dzin ye shes rol pa rtsal)
- Damdzin (dam 'dzin)
- Damzin Chokyi Lodro (dam 'dzin chos kyi blo gros)
- Lhasey Murub Tseypo (lha sras mu rub btsad po).
- Lhasey Rolpa Tsal (lha sras rol pa rtsal)
- Murub Tseypo (mu rub btsad po)
- Prince Chökyi Lodrö (lha sras chos kyi blo gros)
- Prince Damdzin, (lha sras dam 'dzin)
- Prince Lhasey (lha sras). Same as Prince Chökyi Lodrö.
- Prince Murub Tsepo (lha sras mu rub btsad po). / Prince Murub Tsepo
- Prince Murub (lha sras mu rub).
- Prince Rolpa Tsal (lha sras rol pa rtsal).
- Prince Translator (lha sras lo tsa' wa)
- Prince Lotsawa (lha sras lo tsa' wa)
- Prince Virtuous Protector (lha sras dge mgon).
- Prince Yeshe Rolpa Tsal, (lha sras ye shes rol pa rtsal),
- Rolpa Yeshe Tsal (rol pa ye shes rtsal)
- Yeshe Rolpa Tsal (ye shes rol pa rtsal).
Brief bio of Prince Murub Tseypo
The second prince was known variously under the names Yeshe Rölpa Tsal, Murub Tseypo or Mutri Tseypo. An untitled and unpublished manuscript written by His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche explaining the Sheldam Nyingjang (Commentary on the Essence Manual of Instructions) contains some background information on this prince:
"The single father King Trisong Deutsen had three sons of which the middle one was called Murub Tseypo, a lord of the tenth bhumi who in actuality and visibly had achieved the noble qualities of abandonment and realization. Also known as the Prince Translator, he reached perfection in learning. At the end, his bodily form vanished into the body of light and he attained the supreme accomplishment of perceiving the primordial wakefulness. It is his magical reincarnation who appeared during this age of degeneration, renowned worldwide under the title Orgyen Chokgyur Dechen Shikpo Lingpa, the universal ruler over an ocean of accomplished revealers of Dharma treasures." [RY]