Gyergom Chenpo Shönnu Dragpa

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Gyergom Chenpo Shönnu Dragpa ( T. gyer sgom chen po gzhon nu grags pa ; * 1090 ; † 1171 ) or Gyergom Chenpo ( gyer sgom chen po ) for short was an important clergyman of the Kadam tradition of Tibetan Buddhism . He was a pupil of Neusurpa . He is the founder of the monastery Rinchengang ( Rin chen sgang dgon pa ) in Gyama Rinchengang ( Rgya ma Rin chen sgang ).

Contrary to popular belief, he was not the founder of the Shugseb monastery or the Shugseb Kagyu tradition ( shug gseb bka 'brgyud ), but Gyergom Tshälthrim Sengge (1144–1204).

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  1. Chinese Jiegong Qinbo Xunnu Zhaba 杰贡钦波 • 迅 努札巴; Jiegong Qinbu Xunnu Zhaba 结 贡钦布 • 循 努扎巴 u. a.
  2. Chinese Jiegong Qinbo 杰贡钦波 / 结 贡钦波
  3. Chinese Renjinggang si 仁 进 岗 寺
  4. Chinese Jiama Renjinggang 加 麻仁 进 岗; see. Dan Martin, Yael Bentor: Tibetan histories: a bibliography of Tibetan-language historical works (No. 139)
  5. Shugseb Gompa (Tib. Shug gseb dgon pa ; Chin. Xiusai si 修 賽 寺) in Chushur (Qüxü) district of Lhasa .
  6. tib. Gyer sgom tshul khrims scorching ge ; chinese 吉貢 ‧ 楚 臣 僧格 or 傑貢 竹 清 森 給 u. a.
Gyergom Chenpo Shönnu Dragpa (alternative names of the lemma)
Gyergom Chenpo Shönnu Dragpa, gyer sgom chen po gzhon nu grags pa ; 杰贡钦波 • 迅 努札巴; 结 贡钦布 • 循 努扎巴; Jiegong Qinbo 杰贡钦波; Gyergom Chenpo; gyer sgom chen po , Gyergom Chenpo Zhonnu Drakpa, 结 贡钦波