NGAG

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NGAGNegotiating Group on Agriculture (Free Trade Area of the Americas)
NGAGNext Generation Access Gateway (hardware)
NGAGNorth Georgia Arts Guild
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It says in the Dga 'ba'i dpal ster (2012: 11) that "until the [Me rag Lama] Ngag dbang Blo gros rgya mtsho, the main doctrine lineage was primarily the tradition of Gtsang [Bkra shis lhun po]." (25) This led to observe that his visit to the Monyul region is likely to be after he became the "religious preceptor" of Bkra shis lhun po monastery.
(16) (mkhan po ngag dbang dpal bzang Notes 214; Khenpo Ngawang Pelzang Guide 148)
Pu.hrang: According to mNga'.ris rgyal.rabs by Gu.ge mkhan.chen Ngag.dbang grags.pa.
'Dus pa'i mdo dbang spyi don rgyud lung man ngag gi gnad gsal byed sgron me.
(41) Klong rdol Bla ma Ngag dbang blo bzang (1719-94) uses the term with yet a different implication, though still related to book production.
de'i sras a ham bsam grub rab brtan (11) ni/ dge bcu'i rgyal khrims gces shing/ lugs gnyis la mkhyen pa rgyas/ dpal sa skya pa chen po 'jam mgon ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams dang thub bstan mkhan po chos rnam rgyal/ mnga' bdag chos rgyal phun tshogs rig 'dzin yab sras dbu lhar brten (12) / de bzhin bshegs pa'i sku gsung
1485-?), registers dngags as an obsolete form of the updated ngag. Dpa' ris Sangs rgyas, Das yig rig pa 'i gab pa mngon phyung, ed.
Gtsang mkhan chen 'Jam dbyangs dpal ldan rgya mtsho (1610-1684) a Tibetan prelate who was a close associate of the First Zhabs drung Ngag dbang rnam rgyal (1594-1651) also visited Bhutan.
His first public entry in this area dates from 1986, followed by another in 1990.(1) The present work is a study and annonated translation of the Ston pa tshad ma'i skyes bur sgrub pa'i gtam, "An Account which Establishes the Teacher [the Buddha] as a Person of Authority," written by the Alashan-Olot Mongol (sog po) scholar Ngag dbang bstan dar (1759-after 1839).(2) Conveniently, Tillemans chose to reproduce the English translation and the Tibetan text on facing pages (pp.
* 'Jams dbyangs bshad pa'i rdo rje Ngag dbang brtson 'grus (1648-1721) more or less repeats mKhas grub rje's statement.
What I also find quite surprising in Cabezon's study as a whole is the absence of any references to those works of Sa skya Pandita (1182-1251) and the Dge lugs pa scholar Ngag dbang bstan dar (1759-ca.
Rab gnas dpal 'byor rgya mtsho mar grags pa'i lag len dang ngag 'don gyi rim pa mtho ris legs byas kyi rdzing ring zhes bya ba, Rgyud sde Kun btus, ed.