Mkhan chen zla zer

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Mkhan chen zla zer on the DRL

Wylie mkhan chen zla zer
English Phonetics Khenchen Dazer
Sort Name Dazer, Khenchen
Birth:   1922
Death:   1990
Place of birth:   Tsangtang (gtsang thang), in Dranggo (brag mgo), Kham

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Contact information

Religious Affiliation
Pema Rigtsal

Biographical Information

he was from Rahor, a branch of Dzogchen monastery founded by the Third Dzogchen Rinpoche in Gyalrong near Dergé. He was a student of Pöpa Tulku. He escaped from Tibet together with his former classmate Rahor Khenpo Tupten and went together with him to Sikkim via Bhutan.

He taught at Namdroling in South India, where he also compiled a collection of prayers and liturgies used in Nyingma rituals, and eventually returned to Tibet, where he taught at the Shri Singha Shedra at Dzogchen Monastery. (Source Accessed on January 24, 2024)

Read more:

Marilyn Silverstone, 'Five Nyingmapa Lamas in Sikkim', Kailash: A Journal of Himalayan Studies, 1973, vol. 1.1
Nyoshul Khenpo, A Marvelous Garland of Rare Gems, Padma Publishing, 2005, p. 480


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