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'''Karma Mipham Gönpo''' ([[karma mi pham mgon po]]). See [[Mipham Gonpo|Mipham Gönpo]].
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'''Bodongpa''' ([[bo dong pa]]). Recognized as a separate school after the great pandita [[Bodong Panchen Chogle Namgyal]] (1375-1451) who authored one hundred volumes and is known as the most prolific writer in Tibetan history.
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Bodongpa (bo dong pa). Recognized as a separate school after the great pandita Bodong Panchen Chogle Namgyal (1375-1451) who authored one hundred volumes and is known as the most prolific writer in Tibetan history.