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Names
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Modern names
Classical names
Essential Info
Biography Add here a bio about this person. ALWAYS add a source for the bio. This can be done by adding a link at the bottom of the paragraph of the bio, with the form: (Source Accessed MONTH DAY, YEAR)<br> EXAMPLE: (Source Accessed Jan 10, 2015)
Person Type Select all that apply.
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Special notes This field is for special notes to be left if unique circumstances require them.
Links
BDRC    P#:
Treasury of Lives
Himalayan Art Resources


Other Modern Names
Prefixes
Suffixes
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Other Classical Names
Tertön name
Primary title / epithet
Ordinal For individuals in Tulku/title lines. E.g.: Karmapa, 8th, Dalai Lama, 14th, etc.
Alternate names in Wylie Separate multiple values with semicolons
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General notes on names
Contact info
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Languages
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For Modern Person
Date of birth (DD Month YEAR)
Date of passing (DD Month YEAR)
Place of birth Add what city and country the person was born in, if known. If neither is known, leave blank.
Curriculum Vitae Add here any information related to this person's CV, or a full rendition of it if you have it.
Publications Add here a full list of this person's publications. Use markup to make a well-formatted readable list.
Current projects Describe here the projects this person is currently working on.
Primary affiliation (workplace) WHERE this person WORKS. Such as University of Virginia. This line is for the main affiliation for a person. For example, Wulstan Fletcher is a Tsadra Foundation Fellow and also a member of Padmakara Translation Group. Separate each affiliation by a semi-colon";". Often this will be a university the person works at, or a sangha they work for. You may also add here the department where the person teaches on this line. For example, José Cabezón's entry for affiliation would be University of California, Santa Barbara
Secondary affiliation This line is for the various other affiliations for a person not listed in the above "Primary affiliation" line. For example, Wulstan Fletcher is a Tsadra Foundation Fellow and also director of Padmakara Translation Group. Separate each affiliation by a semi-colon";". Often this will be a sangha they are a part of or translation group or other institute. It is possible to have the Sangha be part of this line and the next. For instance Karl works for Nalandabodhi and is a part of Nalandabodhi sangha, so would be included on both lines.
Religious affiliation This is for the specific Buddhist school and/or group the person is affiliated with. Start general and go specific. If this is known to you, enter it here. If not, leave it blank. For instance, for David Karma Choephel, who is Thrangu Rinpoche's translator. We can write here on this line: Tibetan Buddhism; Karma Kagyu. This will work for other Schools of Buddhism as well. "Zen; Soto; San Francisco Zen Center", etc.
Ph.D. University This line is for the full name of the university the person received their PhD from. If they did not receive a PhD or this is not known, leave blank. If the person is almost finished with their PhD or is in the process of finishing, you may also add their university here. Example: Do not write UMichigan, write University of Michigan.
Education Describe the person's education here starting with PhD followed by MA and BA, if such information is available. If unavailable, you can list other information here or include it in the bio line. <br />Example: Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison (May, 1987). Dissertation: "The Development of a Buddhist Philosophy of Language and Its Culmination in Tibetan Madhyamaka Thought."<br />B.S. in Physics, 1978. California Institute of Technology.
Teachers If you know the person's teachers, enter them here. Use exact page names from people in this wiki if possible. Otherwise, write names as they would be used for page names on this wiki.
Students If this person has well known teachers, authors, or translators as students, list them here. Use exact page names from people in this wiki if possible. Otherwise, write names as they would be used for page names on this wiki.
For Classical Person
Western calendar year of birth
Western calendar year of death
Notes on western calendar Dates
Place of birth
Tibetan calendar dates
Date of birth
Day (number)
Month (number)
Year Gender
Year Element
Year Animal
Rab Jyung Number of the sexagenary cycle to which this year belongs.
Date of passing
Day (number)
Month (number)
Year Gender
Year Element
Year Animal
Rab Jyung Number of the sexagenary cycle to which this year belongs.
Religious Affiliation
Familial Relations
Primary Professional Affiliation
Other Professional Affiliation
Emanation of Do NOT use markup! Use page names for people that already exist in the wiki if possible. Otherwise, write names as they would be used for page names on this wiki.
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Teachers If you know the person's teachers list them here. Use exact page names from people in this wiki if possible. Otherwise, write names as they would be used for page names on this wiki.
Students If this person has well known teachers, authors, translators, etc. as students, list them here. Use exact page names from people in this wiki if possible. Otherwise, write names as they would be used for page names on this wiki.
Other Biographical Information
Buddha Nature Project
Person description or short Bio
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Philosophical Positions of this Person
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Is Buddha-nature considered
definitive or provisional?
Position   It's complicated:
Notes
Do all beings have Buddha-nature? Position
If "Qualified", explain
Notes
Which Wheel Turning does
Buddha-Nature belong to?
Position   It's complicated:
Notes
Is the Ratnagotravibhāga a
Yogācāra or Madhyamaka text?
Position   It's complicated:
Notes
Zhentong vs Rangtong Position   It's complicated:
Notes
Promotes how many vehicles? Position   It's complicated:
Notes
Analytic vs Meditative Tradition Position   It's complicated:
Notes
What is Buddha-nature? Position   It's complicated:
Notes


Terton Gyatsa
Does this person have a bio
in the Terton Gyatsa?
Yes
Name in the Gyatsa in Tibetan
Name in the Gyatsa in Wylie
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End Page #
Start Folio #
End Folio #
Full Content of Bio in Tibetan
Full Content of Bio in Wylie
Full Content of Bio in English


Damngak Dzö
DNZ Classification(s)
DNZ Notes
Shantideva Project
Person description or short Bio
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