Dezhung Rinpoche

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Dezhung Rinpoche, born Ngawang Zangpo, (1906–1987) was a Tibetan lama of the Sakya school, one of four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism (the others being the Nyingma, Kagyu, and Gelug). In 1960 he came to Seattle, Washington in the United States of America, one of the first Tibetan lamas to settle and teach in the United States.[1]

Tulku Dezhung Rinpoche IV on his throne 1999

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  1. ^ Jackson, David Paul (2003). A Saint in Seattle: The Life of the Tibetan Mystic Dezhung Rinpoche. Wisdom publications. pp. 768 pages. ISBN 0-86171-396-6. 

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