His Holiness the 101st Trisur Rinpoche Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal

He was Born in 1927 in Kham (eastern Tibet). Later he joined Gaden Shartse Monastery where he had learnt all the basic monastic education and ordained at the age of 7.

Venerable Rinpoche Lungrik Namgyal acquired the title of Geshe Lharampa (Ph.D) and Geshe Ngarampa (specialist in tantra) after forty years of intensive study and practice in all field of Buddhist sutra and tantra including: The Five major Treaties of Buddhist Philosophy and as well as extraordinary monastic education which also includes numerous sacred rituals.

Since 1959, after reestablishment of Tibetan people in India, he has continued engaging in countless Dharma activities in abroad and in India, especially in 1986, these remarkable qualities had lead the Dalai Lama to choose him as the representative of Buddhism in Ecumenical Encounters of Assisi interfaith meetings convened on the initiative of Pope John Paul II in Italy.

In 1983, His Holiness the Dalai Lama appointed him as Abbot of Gyuto Tantric University and in 1992 as Abbot of Gaden Shartse Monastery, South India, which is one of the most eminent and well -known monastic colleges of the Gelug sect.
In 1995, the Venerable Rinpoche Lungrik Namgyal was elevated to Sharpa Choeje Rinpoche and became the second most respected spiritual leader after Gaden Tripa of Gelug tradition.

On January 20, 2003, the Dalai Lama, during his Kalachakra Empowerment in Bodhgaya, has pronounced the appointment of Ven Lungrik Namgyal as the 101 Gaden Tripa, (lineage successor of JeTsongkhapa) and official spiritual leader of all Gelug sect for a period of seven years. Later the Official Enthronement Ceremony was held in traditional way at Gaden Shartse Monastery with the presence of numerous important figures of both spiritual and politics.

The Major Gelug colleges are, three great seats-Gaden, Drepung, Sera and Gyuto, Gyumed Tantric University and so forth.

His Holiness Trisur Rinpoche currently lives in Paris, where he transmits precious Buddhist teachings of his lineage in Thar Due Ling Dharma center in Chelles, France which he founded in 1980.

Extracted from: http://shargadenpa.org/throneholder/trisur-rinpoche

 


 

法王甘丹赤苏仁波切略传

第101任甘丹赤巴, 法王甘丹赤苏仁波切1927年生于藏区东部的达瓦地区。八岁时, 法王进入当地亚丁的一间寺院—洋登寺出家修学佛法,并陆续在上师的座下得到了沙弥戒和比丘戒。

1949年, 法王进入拉萨甘丹夏孜寺学习。作为一位学僧,仁波切在多位大成就上师的座下,学习量学、般若、中观等科目,并且接受了许多甘丹山派清净传承的珍贵教授及灌顶。

中国革命后,仁波切在1959年逃亡印度,在印度与北丹边境的巴萨继续他的中观学课程,并接续完成了俱舍论及戒律方面的学习。除了参加寺院课程外,仁波切也进行了许多闭关禅修活动。 1969年,仁波切完成五部大论的深造,在当地一所著名藏传佛教大学进行会考,并以第一名的荣誉结业。 1970年,三大寺及其他寺院联合举办了一个为期二十天的最终辩考,仁波切从三十多位杰出的学者中脱颖而出,获得拉然巴格西学位。仁波切接着进入上密院学习高深的密法。

1983年及1992年,仁波切分别被达赖喇嘛委任为上密院及甘丹夏孜寺的主持。在主持任内,仁波切除了负责僧团的管理及戒律事务外,也进行了众多的供修及教授;仁波切对寺院的贡献是广被认受及尊崇的。达赖喇嘛对仁波切的这些特质甚为欣赏,曾于1986年选定仁波切作为佛教界的代表,参与天主教会教宗约翰·保罗二世所发起,在义大利举行的‘跨信仰大公主义高峰会’。

1995年,仁波切被授为夏巴曲杰(格鲁传承内的第二长老);六年任期后,2003年1月20日菩提迦耶的时轮金刚灌顶法会上,达赖喇嘛宣布尊贵的龙日南杰为第101任甘丹赤巴—兜率法座继承人, 格鲁传承的最高领袖。

仁波切是现今少数在世的最具格佛教善知识之一,无论在显宗戓密法上,都受过完整深入的训练。仁波切贡献了他所有的光阴去弘扬佛法,为了传扬教授,无倦地到访了全球各地很多地方。仁波切去过的国家有—法国、西班牙、瑞典、义大利、美国、中国及新加坡等。法王赤苏仁波切现居法国巴黎,在Chelles地区、成立于1980年的 Thar Due Ling 佛法中心传授珍贵的甘丹山派教法。

 


Extracted from: http://www.trisurlungriknamgyal.com/about/

 

Biography in Tibetan

Dharmacharya (Buddhist Master of Learning) Degree from the University of Sarnath

Geshe Lharam and Geshe Ngakram degrees (comparable to a PhD in Buddhist philosophical studies in Sutras and Tantras respectively)

 

 


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  1. Gaden Trisur Rinpoche Lungrik Namgyal Rinpoche is possessed of numerous credentials that make him a very highly qualified Lama. He has engaged in innumerable Dharma activities both in India and abroad. He mainly resides in France.

    In 2003, he was appointed as the 101 Gaden Tripa and official spiritual leader of all Gelug sects for a period of seven years.

    This highly placed Lama surprised the Tibetan Buddhist world when, upon the termination of his seven-year office, recently, he announced that he was joining Shar Gaden! And his whole Ladrang followed him!

    Shar Gaden was the monastery, which was set up to preserve the practice of Dorje Shugden, for the benefit of all sentient beings. It was set up by monks, who were steadfast in displaying loyalty to their lineage Lamas and practices, Dorje Shugden being one of them. It was established as a monastery against a backdrop of the Dalai Lama’s ban on Dorje Shugden practice, and all the subsequent severe ostracizing and ‘bashing’ of Dorje Shugden and Shugden practitioners.

    So Gaden Trisur Rinpoche Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal Rinpoche is a fine example for others to follow and is cause for great rejoicing for the benefit of all. May Je Tsongkhapa’s teachings continue to spread and benefit all through the flourishing of Shar Gaden Monastery!.

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