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Throneholders of the Sakya school

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Throneholders of the Sakya school (Tib. Sakya Trizin; Wyl. sa skya khri 'dzin)

  1. Khön Könchok Gyalpo (1034-1102)
  2. Bari Lotsawa[1] (1040-1111)
  3. Sachen Kunga Nyingpo (1092-1158)
  4. Sönam Tsemo (1142-1182)
  5. Jetsün Drakpa Gyaltsen (1147-1216)
  6. Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen[2] (1182-1251)
  7. Chögyal Pakpa[3] (1235-1280)
  8. Chung Rinchen Gyaltsen (1238-1279)
  9. Dharmapala Rakshita (1268-1287)
  10. Sharpa Jamyang Chenpo (1258-1306)
  11. Dagnyi Chenpo Sangpo Pal (1262-1324)
  12. Shyithokpa[4] Khetsun Chenpo (1305-1343)
  13. Jamyang Donyö Gyaltsen (1310-1344)
  14. Dampa Sonam Gyaltsen (1312-1375)
  15. Lhakhang[5] Labrang Tawan Lodrö Gyaltsen (1332-1364)
  16. Shyithokpa Tawan Kunga Rinchen (1339-1399)
  17. Shyithokpa Lodrö Gyaltsen (1366-1420)
  18. Rinchen[6] Gangpa Jamyang Namkha Gyaltsen (1398-1472)
  19. Shyithokpa Kunga Wangchuk (1418-1462)
  20. Rinchen Gangpa Dakchen Gyagarpa Sherab Gyaltsen (1436/9-1495)
  21. Rinchen Gangpa Dakchen Lodrö Gyaltsen (1444-1495)
  22. Düchö[7] Labrangpa Salo Jhampai Dorje Kunga Sonam (1485-1533)
  23. Düchö Labrangpa Ngagchang Chökyi Gyalpo Kunga Rinchen (1517-1584)
  24. Düchö Labrangpa Jamyang Sonam Sangpo (1519-1621)
  25. Düchö Labrangpa Dragpa Lodro Gyaltsen (1563-1617)
  26. Düchö Labrangpa Ngawang Kunga Wangyal (1592-1620)
  27. Düchö Labrangpa Jamgön Anye Shyap Kunga Sönam (1597-1659)
  28. Düchö Labrangpa Jamgön Sonam Wangchug (1638-1685)
  29. Düchö Labrangpa Jamgön Kunga Tashi (1656-1711)
  30. Düchö Labrangpa Jamyang Sonam Rinchen (1705-1741)
  31. Düchö Labrangpa Sachen Kunga Lodrö (1729-1783)
  32. Düchö Labrangpa Jamgön Wangdü Nyingpo (1763-1809)
  33. Düchö Podrang Pema Düdul Wangchuk (1792-1853)
  34. Phuntsok Podrang[8] Jamgön Dorje Rinchen (1819-1867)
  35. Drolma Podrang[9] Thegchen Tashi Rinchen (1824-1865)
  36. Phuntsok Podrang Ngawang Kunga Sonam (1842-1882)
  37. Drolma Podrang Kunga Nyingpo Samphel Norbu (1850-1899)
  38. Phuntsok Podrang Zamling Chegü Wangdü (1855-1919)
  39. Drolma Podrang Dragshul Thinley Rinchen (1871-1936)
  40. Phuntsok Podrang Ngawang Kunga Thutop Wangchuk (1900-1950)
  41. Ngawang Kunga Tekchen Palbar Sampel Wangi Gyalpo (b.1945)

Footnotes

  1. Bari Lotsawa is the only master who was not part of the Khön family in the lineage of throneholders of the Sakya school.
  2. The holder of the Sakya throne from 1243 to 1264 was Sakya Pandita's regent.
  3. Chögyal Pakpa reigned twice: from 1265 to 1266, and from 1276 to 1280 after the reign of Chung Rinchen Gyaltsen.
  4. Shyithok Labrang was one of the earlier dynastic palaces which have now disappeared.
  5. Lhakhang Labrang was one of the earlier dynastic palaces which have now disappeared.
  6. Rinchen Labrang was one of the earlier dynastic palaces which have now disappeared.
  7. Düchö Labrang was one of the earlier dynastic palaces which was divided into the Drolma and Phuntsok Podrangs during the eighteenth century.
  8. Phuntsok Podrang is one of the two dynastic palaces that survive to this day.
  9. Drolma Podrang is one of the two dynastic palaces that survive to this day.

Source

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