Gro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas

From Buddha-Nature

< People

Revision as of 16:41, 8 October 2020 by AlexC (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
PeopleGro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas


གྲོ་ལུང་པ་བློ་གྲོས་འབྱུང་གནས་
Drolungpa Lodrö Jungne(b. 11th century - ) 
{{#arraymap: ; ; ;

|; |@@@ |@@@ | ·  }}

Drolungpa Lodrö Jungne was a disciple of rNgog lo tsā ba Blo ldan shes rab. Among his important works include a biography (rnam thar) of Blo ldan shes rab as well as the Great Stages of the Doctrine (Bstan rim chen mo), which served as a model for Tsongkhapa's Lam rim texts.


On the topic of this person

Mentioned in

{{#arraymap: Media/Khenpo Tamphel at the 2019 Tathāgatagarbha Symposium |; |@@@ | | }}

Philosophical positions of this person


"Gro-lung-pa follows faithfully rNgog’s interpretation as found in the latter’s gloss on RGV 1.27-28—the two verses that teach the dharmakāya, tathatā and the gotra as being three reasons why all sentient beings possess Buddha-nature." Kano, K., Buddha-Nature and Emptiness, p. 340.

"Gro-lung-pa appears elsewhere in the same text to endorse rNgog’s idea of tathatā as emptiness, and follows rNgog’s position with regard to the ineffability of the ultimate." Kano, K., Buddha-Nature and Emptiness, p. 340.

Affiliations & relations

    {{#arraymap:Bka' gdams pa |; |@@@ |
  • @@@ · religious affiliation
  • | }}{{#arraymap:Rngog blo ldan shes rab;Atīśa;Tshul khrims 'byung gnas |; |@@@ |
  • @@@ · teacher
  • | }}{{#arraymap:Phywa pa chos kyi seng+ge;Tshul khrims 'byung gnas |; |@@@ |
  • @@@ · student
  • | }}


{{#arraymaptemplate:Gro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas;People;Classical Tibetan Authors;gro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas; |MakeCategories |; |

}}

{{#arraymap:Gro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas;གྲོ་ལུང་པ་བློ་གྲོས་འབྱུང་གནས་;gro lung pa blo gros 'byung gnas;Drolungpa Lodrö Jungne;;; ; ; |; |@@@

|

| }}