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The Seven Jewels of the Shangpa Kagyu; the first seven masters of the [[Shangpa Kagyu]] tradition: [[Dharmakaya]] [[Vajradhara]], [[Jnanadakini Niguma]], [[Khedrub Khyungpo Naljor]], [[Mokchokpa Rinchen Tsondrü]], [[Kyergangpa Chökyi Senge]], [[Rigongpa Chökyi Sherab]] and [[Sangye Tönpa Tsondrü Senge]]. [TSD]
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The Seven Jewels of the Shangpa Kagyu, sometimes also referred to as The Earlier Seven Jewels of the Shangpa Kagyu (shangs pa rin chen rnam bdun snga ma); the first seven masters of the [[Shangpa Kagyu]] tradition: [[Dharmakaya]] [[Vajradhara]], [[Jnanadakini Niguma]], [[Khedrub Khyungpo Naljor]], [[Mokchokpa Rinchen Tsondrü]], [[Kyergangpa Chökyi Senge]], [[Rigongpa Chökyi Sherab]] and [[Sangye Tönpa Tsondrü Senge]]. [TSD]
  
 
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The Seven Jewels of the Shangpa Kagyu, sometimes also referred to as The Earlier Seven Jewels of the Shangpa Kagyu (shangs pa rin chen rnam bdun snga ma); the first seven masters of the Shangpa Kagyu tradition: Dharmakaya Vajradhara, Jnanadakini Niguma, Khedrub Khyungpo Naljor, Mokchokpa Rinchen Tsondrü, Kyergangpa Chökyi Senge, Rigongpa Chökyi Sherab and Sangye Tönpa Tsondrü Senge. [TSD]