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Buddhadharma : Fall 2016
fall 2 0 1 6 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 69 JamGon KonGtrul is often described as one of the greatest scholars in the history of Tibet. A karma kagyu lama and model of rimay ecumenical activity, he collaborated closely with the Sakya lama Jamyang khyentse wangpo and the Nyingma treasure revealer (terton) Chokgyur Lingpa in the opening of sacred sites and the revelation of treasure. His prodigious literary output, categorized as the Five Treasuries, covers the entire range of Tibetan Buddhist theory and ritual, as well as numerous other topics, and preserved scores of Tibetan religious traditions that were at the time in danger of being lost. Based primarily at Pelpung Monastery in Derge in eastern Tibet, he built the nearby hermitage of Tsadra Rinchen Drak, which became his personal seat. Five incarnation lines were recognized after his death, including the main Jamgon kongtrul line. the Second jamgon Kongtrul, Pelden Khyentse Ozer (1904–1952) the third jamgon Kongtrul, lodro Chokyi Sengge (1954–1992) the fourth jamgon Kongtrul, Chokyi nyima (b. 1995) the first Dzigar Kongtrul, lodro rabpel (1901–1958) Second Dzigar Kongtrul, jigme namgyel (b. 1964) the first Shechen Kongtrul, Pema Drime (1901–1960) the Seventh Shechen rabjam rinpoche (b. 1967). he is the combined reincarnation of the first Shechen Kongtrul, the fourth Shechen Gyeltsab (ca 1927–ca 1959), and the Sixth Shechen rabjam (1911–1959). Kalu rinpoche (1905–1989) the first Dzogchen Kongtrul, Gyurme Konchok Gyeltsen (1901–1952) Kalu yangsi rinpoche (b. 1990) the Second Dzogchen Kongtrul, Konchok jigme wangpo (1953–1961) (To p ) Detail from page 64 Collection Rubin Museum of Art item no. 65265 | himalayanart.org