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Padampa Sangyé

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Padampa Sangye (Wyl. pha dam pa sangs rgyas; Skt. Paramabuddha) (d.1117) — the great Indian siddha visited Tibet and Bhutan several times. His main disciple was Machik Labdrön (1055-1149) who founded the lineage of Chö in Tibet and Bhutan.

Both he and Machik Labdrön meditated in caves near Taktsang Monastery in Bhutan.

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