Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo

Phagmo Drupa
Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.wikipedia
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Dagpo Kagyu

Dakpo Kagyu
Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Gampopa

Gampopa Sonam Rinchen
Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Katok Monastery

Kathok MonasteryKatokKathog monastery
He was the elder brother of Kathog Dampa Deshek [1122-1192], who founded Kathog monastery and the Kathog branch of the Nyingma school.
Katok Monastery was founded in 1159 by a younger brother of Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo, Katok Dampa Deshek, at Derge, the historic seat of the Kingdom of Derge in Kham.

Jigten Sumgön

Jigten SumgonJigten Gonpo
After the death of Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo, his main disciple Jigten Sumgon appointed Chenga Drakpa Jungne as abbot Dentsa Thel.
Jigten Sumgön or Jigten Gönpo (1143–1217) was the founder of the Drikung Kagyu lineage and main disciple of Phagmo Drupa.

Phagmodrupa dynasty

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Later, as his fame spread and disciples gathered, this site developed into the major monastic seat of Dentsa Thel which was the center of the Phagmo Drupa or Phagdru Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, one of the "four great" Dagpo Kagyu schools.
The founder Changchub Gyaltsen came from the monastic principality Phagmodru ("sow's ferry crossing"), which was founded as a hermitage in 1158 by the famous Kagyu scholar Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo.

Tibetan Buddhism

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Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.
There are a further eight minor sub-sects, all of which trace their root to Pagtru Kagyu's founder, Phagmo Drupa.

Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen

Changchub GyaltsenJangchub GyaltsänJanchub Gyaltsän
In 1322 Changchub Gyaltsen (1302–1364) became the Phagdru Myriarch of Nêdong.
The Phagmodru hermitage, situated on the northern bank of the Tsangpo River, was founded by Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo (1110–1170) who initiated a sub-sect of the Kagyu school of Buddhism.

Sachen Kunga Nyingpo

Great Sachen Kunga NyingpoKhön Kunga Nyingpo
Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Sakya

SakyapaSakya SchoolSa skya
Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo [1110-1170], was one of the three main disciples of Gampopa Sonam Rinchen who established the Dagpo Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism; and a disciple of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo [1092-1158] one of the founders of the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Nyingma

NyingmapaNyingmapa BuddhismRinchen Terdzod
He was the elder brother of Kathog Dampa Deshek [1122-1192], who founded Kathog monastery and the Kathog branch of the Nyingma school.

Nêdong District

NêdongNêdong CountyNedong
In 1158 Dorje Gyalpo built a hermitage at Phagmo Drupa ("Sow's Ferry Crossing") in a juniper forest in Nêdong above the Tsangpo (Brahmaputra) river valley.

Yarlung Tsangpo

Yarlung Tsangpo RiverTsangpoTsangpo River
In 1158 Dorje Gyalpo built a hermitage at Phagmo Drupa ("Sow's Ferry Crossing") in a juniper forest in Nêdong above the Tsangpo (Brahmaputra) river valley.

Kublai Khan

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In 1253, when Kublai Khan gave the Sakyapas temporal power in Tibet, Dorje Pel the brother of Chenga Drakpa Jungne was appointed as the hereditary Tripon (myriarch) of the surrounding area of Nêdong.

Nêdong (village)

NêdongNedong
In 1253, when Kublai Khan gave the Sakyapas temporal power in Tibet, Dorje Pel the brother of Chenga Drakpa Jungne was appointed as the hereditary Tripon (myriarch) of the surrounding area of Nêdong.

Ming dynasty

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He later managed to regain his position and eventually overthrew the Sakya rulers - becoming ruler of all of Central Tibet by 1354 (before the Ming Dynasty was established in China in 1368).

China

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He later managed to regain his position and eventually overthrew the Sakya rulers - becoming ruler of all of Central Tibet by 1354 (before the Ming Dynasty was established in China in 1368).

Drikung Kagyu

DrikungDrigung Kagyu White Lotus Society
"Major" here refers to those Kagyu lineages founded by the immediate disciples of Gampopa (1079-1153) while "minor" refers to all the lineages founded by disciples of Gampopa's main disciple, Phagmo Drupa (1110-1170).

Phagdru Kagyu

Phagmo Drupa Kagyu
It was founded by Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo (, 1110–1170) who was the elder brother of the famous Nyingma lama Ka Dampa Deshek (1122–1192) founder of Katok Monastery.

Taklung Thangpa Tashi Pal

Taklung Tangpa Tashi Pal
He is considered as one of the many immediate students of Pal Phagmo Drupa.

Drukpa Lineage

Drukpa KagyuDrukpaDrugpa
Also important in the lineage were the root guru of Tsangpa Gyare, Ling Repa and his guru, Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo, who was in turn a principal disciple of Gampopa as well as Dampa Sumpa, one of Rechung Dorje Drakpa's main disciples.

Zhang Yudrakpa Tsöndru Drakpa

Zhang Drowé Gönpo YudrakpaZhang Yudrakpa Tsöndru Drak
Together with Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo and Tsongkhapa, Zhang Yudrakpa was considered as one of the "Three Jewels of Tibet" (bod nor bu rnam gsum).

Drigung Monastery

DrigungDrikung Thil MonasteryDrikhung Thil Monastery
The order is one of the eight minor Dagpo Kagyu lineages derived from disciples of Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo (1110–70), who was in turn a disciple of Gampopa.

Gyalwang Drukpa

Gyalwang DrukchenH.H. Gyalwang Drugpa
Its early founders include Tilopa, Naropa, Marpa Lotsawa, Milarepa, Gampopa, Rechung Dorje Drakpa, Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo and Lingchen Repa.