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31) blo gros chen po/ nga'i phags pa nyan thos rnams ni kha zas tha mal pa'ang mi zan/sha dang khrag gi zas mi rung ba lta ci smos/ blo gros chen po/ nga ni sems can thams cad la bu gcig bzhingyi 'du shes dang ldan pa yin na/ji ltar bdag gis bu'i sha bza' bar nyan thos rnams la gnang bar bya/ rang gis za ba lta ci smos/ ngas nyan thos rnams la gnang ba dang/ bdag nyid kyis zos so zhes bya ba 'di ni blo gros chen po gnas med do/ ngas nyan thos rnams la gnang ba dang/ bdag nyid kyis zos so zhes bya ba {349} 'di ni blo gros chen po gnas med do/
the three who attained spiritual realisation" (grub thob): Dus gsum mkhyen pa dPal chos kyi grags pa, Phag mo gru pa and gSal sto sho sgom, and bSod nams rtse mo, the second Sa skya pa hierarch.
It should be noted that Chags sdang is not a proper name referring to an otherwise unknown Tibetan party or family, but a term (literally meaning "love and hate") applied to the controversy between rival factions among the Phag mo gru pa (see Deb ther dmar po p.
60) For example, in 1605, the very year that'Khon ston Rinpoche became master of the Byes College, or perhaps in 1607, Gtsang pa troops put down a revolt by the Phag mo gru pa-s in Skyi shod.
Zanabazar) was born with many propitious omens on the morning of the 25th day of the ninth hor month in the year of Wooden Pig shing phag (1635).
writes in PAD 128 [PAD1 87] that some held that "'Jig rten [gsum gyi] mgon po" and "Skyob pa rin po che" were names given to him by his master Phag mo gru Rdo rje rgyal po (1110-70).
Among the 243 excavated caves -- the monks' living quarters, meditation and burial chambers -- the team found moveable type-setting blocks for the Uyghur language; unique documents written in the obscure, defunct Phags pa and Xixia languages; Persian silver coins, and countless other artefacts.
The Hevjara initiation was first bestowed on a Chinese emperor in the mid 13th century, when the Sa skya lama Phags pa consecrated the Yuan Emperor Qublai, so making him a cakravartin (universal sovereign).