Palyul

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Palyul Monastery
Tibetan transcription(s)
Tibetan དཔལ་ཡུལ་དགོན་པ།
Wylie transliteration s dpal yul dgon pa
Tournadre Phonetic Baiyü
THDL Pelyül
Other transcriptions Palyul, Palyül
Chinese transcription(s)
Traditional 白玉寺
Simplified 白玉寺
Pinyin Báiyù Sì
Monastery information
Location Derge, Dêgê County, Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan, China
Founded by Rigdzen Kunzang Sherab
Founded 1665
Type Tibetan Buddhist
Sect Nyingma
Lineage Palyul lineage
Head Lama Karma Kuchen Rinpoche

Palyul is one of the six mother monasteries of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. It was founded in 1665 by Rigdzen Kunzang Sherab in Derge, on the eastern edge of Tibet, a town in today's Dêgê County, Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in China's Sichuan province. The monastery is the seat of the Nam Cho Terma of Terton Migyur Dorje. Penor Rinpoche was the 11th throne holder of the Palyul lineage. Upon his death in March, 2009, Karma Kuchen Rinpoche became the 12th throne holder.

Lineage[edit]

  • Chöku Kutuzangpo (Dharmakaya Samantabhadra)
  • Durgpa Dorjé Changchen (Vajradhara)
  • Dorje Sempa (Vajrasattva)
  • Thugjé Chenpo Chenresig (Avalokitesvara)
  • Lopön Garab Dorje
  • Jampel Shenyen
  • Lopön Shiri Singha
  • Yeshe Do
  • Pema Junge (Padmasambhava)
  • Gelong Namkhai Nyingpo
  • Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal
  • Nanam Dorjé Dudgom
  • Lhase Mutri Tsenpo
  • Tertön Zangpo Drakpa
  • Trulku Rigdzin Chenpo
  • Kunpang Dönyöd Gyaltsen
  • Gyudzin Sönam Chogzang
  • Trubthob Thangthong Gyalpo
  • Jangsem Kunga Nyima
  • Trulshig Tayakeuri
  • Tsenchen Tayabenza
  • Chöjé Bodhi Singha
  • Tulku Tashi Gyatso
  • Drubwang Tonpa Sengge
  • Tulku Chönyi Gyatso
  • Terton Mingyur Dorje
  • Khechog Karma Chagme

Throneholders[edit]

  • Rigdzin Kunzang Sherab (rig 'dzin kun bzang shes rab, 1636-1398). He built "a temple with a reliquary stupa inside to preserve Mingyur Dorje’s relics, and had a statue of him made."[1]
  • Pema Lhundrub Gyatso
  • Drubwang Pema Norbu
  • Karma Tashi
  • Drenchog Karma Lhawang and Karma Dondam
  • Gyurme Nyedon Tenzin
  • Pema Dhongag Tendzin
  • Dhongag Chökyi Nyima
  • Pedma Kunzang Tendzin Norbu
  • Thegchog Nyingpo
  • Drubwang Padma Norbu Rinpoche

Other people[edit]

  • Jampel Dorje (b.19th c.-d.20th c.) [2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Chhosphel, Samten (August 2011). "Namcho Mingyur Dorje". The Treasury of Lives: Biographies of Himalayan Religious Masters. Retrieved 2013-10-08. 
  2. ^ Gardner, Alexander (November 2011). "Jampel Dorje". The Treasury of Lives: Biographies of Himalayan Religious Masters. Retrieved 2013-10-08. 

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