Person:Gyalwang Drukpa, 12th

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Wylie: rgyal dbang 'brug pa

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12th 'jigs med pad ma dbang chen, b. 1963

1st gtsang pa rgya ras ye shes rdo rje, 1161-1211 [tsd]
2nd rgyal ba kun dga' dpal 'byor, 1428-1476 [tsd]
3rd 'jam dbyangs chos grags, 1478-1523 [tsd]
4th kun mkhyen pad ma dkar po, 1527-1592 [tsd]
5th dpag bsam dbang po, 1593-1653, padma dkarpo prohesied that he would have two incarnations. The other incarnation was zhabs drung ngag dbang rnam rgyal, 1594-1651 [tsd]
6th mi pham dbang po, 1654-1717 [tsd]
7th phrin las shing rta, 1718-1766 [tsd]
8th kun gzigs mi pham chos kyi nang ba, 1768-1822 [tsd]
9th mi pham chos kyi rgya mtsho, 1823-1883 [tsd]
10th mi pham chos kyi dbang po, 1884-1930 [tsd]
11th bstan 'dzin mkhyen rab dge legs dpal bzang po, 1931-1960 [tsd]
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The Gyalwang Drukpa or Drukchen ("Druk" means "Dragon", and "Chen" means "Chenpo" or "Great" in Tibetan, an unofficial address of His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa) are a line of re-incarnate lamas or tulku who are the head of the Drukpa school, one of the independent Sarma (new) schools of Tibetan Buddhism. They are considered to be re-incarnations of Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje the first Gyawang Drukpa and founder of the school. The present Gyalwang Drukpa, Jigme Pema Wangchen is the twelfth Gyalwang Drukpa.

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