phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po

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[[phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po [mdo khams lho rgyud 'bri lung sne shod du lcags stag lor 'khrungs, dgung lo bcu dgu la dbus su byon, dvags po lha rje bsten, phag gru'i gdan sa btab nas gtan chags par bzhugs pas phag mo gru pa zhes pa'i mtsan thogs, sgam po ba nas brgyud pa'i chos rgyun rgya cher spel bas dvags po bka' brgyud kyi bstan pa'i bdag por gyur, rang lo re gcig pa lcags stag lor 'das [IW]

1110-1170 [RY]

[[phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po [IW]

1110-70 - Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [RY]

Phagmo Drupa; Dorje Gyalpo, (1110-1170): One of the three main disciples of Gampopa (1079-1153), and a disciple too of Sakya Kunga Nyingpo; (1092-1158), the forefather of the Sakya tradition. Founded the monastery of Dhensa Thil; in Lhoka, southern Tibet. Also known as Khampa Dorgyal (khams pa rdor rgyal) [RY]