ral pa can

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རལ་པ་ཅན
1) King Ralpachen [IW]

tibetan king, one with clotted hair, hill-torrent in nepal, mythological island, 815-836 [JV]

first son of mu tig bstan po [RY]

Ralpachen. (815-841) or (866-901). The third great Dharma King of Tibet. He supported the standardization of new grammar and vocabulary for translation and the revision of old translations. He renewed old centers for learning and practice and invited many Buddhist scholars to Tibet. He was renowned for his devotion to the Dharma and is regarded as an incarnation of Vajrapani [RY]