The Jamgon Kongtrul Reincarnation Lineage

The Jamgon Kongtrul lineage started with the recognition of the illustrious 1st Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye (1813-1899) by the 15th Karmapa and are considered to be a emanations of the bodhisattva Mañjuśri.
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye had his seat at the Palpung Monastery in Derge and was one of the most influential figures of 19th century tibetan Buddhism and is primarily known for founding the "Rime" movement.
The 1st Jamgon Kongtrul was a great scholar and also a lineage holder of the elusive Shangpa Kagyü, a tradition which he preserved passed on within the Karma Kagyü.

Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye the Great (of Palpung)
son of/and recognized by the 15th Karmapa
co-founder of the RIME movement
Jamgon Kongtrul
Khyentse özer
spent most of his life in Tsandra Rinchen Drak near Palpung, East Tibet
Jamgon Kongtrul
Karma Lodrö Chökyi Senge
Jamgon Kongtrul
Karma Lodrö Chökyi Nyima
26. Nov. 1995-
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