Gyaltsen

Some articles on gyaltsen:

Kundeling Monastery - List of Rinpoches
... Baso Je Chokyi Gyaltsen (first rinpoche) 12 ... Lobsang Thupten Jigme Gyaltsen (died 1957) 13 ... Tenzin Chokyi Gyaltsen(born 1983 in Lhasa) ...
Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen
... Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen (Tibetan ཏའི་སི་ཏུ་བྱང་ཆུབ་རྒྱལ་མཚན, Wylie ta'i si tu byang chub rgyal mtshan ... Changchub Gyaltsen was the Phagmodru Tripon or Nedong Ghongma who in 1354 overthrew the Mongol appointed Sakya rulers and became ruler of all of ... As ruler Changchub Gyaltsen was keen to revive the glories of the Tibetan Empire of Songtsen Gampo and assert Tibetan independence from the Mongol Yuan Dynasty and from Ming Dynasty China ...
List of Reting Rinpoches
... Ngawang Chokden (1677–1751) Lobsang Yeshe Tenpa Rabgye (1759–1815) Ngawang Yeshe Tsultrim Gyaltsen (1816–1863) Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenpai Gyaltsen ...
Tulku Dragpa Gyaltsen - Incarnation Lineage
... Dragpa Gyaltsen is usually considered to be the 4th incarnation of Panchen Sonam Dragpa (wylie Pan-chen bSod-nams grags-pa), who was the 15th Gaden Tripa ... Tulku Dragpa Gyaltsen (1619–1656) - Seat Drepung monastery Drakpa Gyaltsen (1619–1656) was born at Ge Khasa in Tolung in 1619 to his mother Lak Agyal and father Namsey Norbu ... The Fifth Dalai Lama was asked to write a prayer to Dragpa Gyaltsen mentioning his previous lifetimes ...
Drakpa Gyaltsen
... Drakya Gyaltsen (or Jetsun Dakpa Gyeltsen) (1147–1216) was a Tibetan spiritual leader and the third of the Five Venerable Supreme Sakya Masters of Tibet ... Persondata Name Gyaltsen, Drakpa Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1147 Place of birth Date of death 1216 Place of death This Buddhist biography-related article is a stub ...