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*[[Dilgo Khyentse]], [[The Hundred Verses of Advice of Padampa Sangye]]. Translated by [[Padmakara Translation Group]]. Published by [[Shechen Publications]], New Delhi, 2002. ISBN 81-7472-088-1
 
*[[Dilgo Khyentse]], [[The Hundred Verses of Advice of Padampa Sangye]]. Translated by [[Padmakara Translation Group]]. Published by [[Shechen Publications]], New Delhi, 2002. ISBN 81-7472-088-1
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*[http://wahiduddin.net/budh/hundred_verses.htm The Hundred Verses of Advice of Padampa Sangye]
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*[http://www.ashokaedu.net/explore/dilgokhyentse.htm excerpt]
  
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[[Category:Indian Masters]]
 
[[Category:Indian Masters]]

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Padampa Sangye (pha dam pa sangs rgyas)

A great Indian siddha who visited Tibet five times, the last time in 1098, where he taught the Shije system. His chief Tibetan disciple was the yogini Machik Labdron. [RY]

Also: Phadampa Sangye