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Pema Düdul Wangchuk

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Pema Düdul Wangchuk (Wyl. pad+ma bdud 'dul dbang phyug) (1792-1853) was the 33rd throneholder of the Sakya school and founder of the Drolma Podrang. He was the eldest son of Jamgön Wangdü Nyingpo and the brother of Kunga Rinchen, founder of the Phuntsok Podrang.

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