Khenpo Jigme Puntsok (Oct. 03)
Khenpo Jigme Puntsok was one of the most influential Nyingma lamas of the late twentieth century. He remained in Tibet after 1959 and, following the end of the Cultural Revolution, established Larung Gar in Serta, Kham, which has grown to become one of the largest monastic institutions in the world. He was considered a reincarnation of Terton Sogyel Lerab Lingpa.
Chowang Dorje Dzinpa (Oct. 03)
Chowang Dorje Dzinpa was the reincarnation of Ngari Terton Garwang Dorje, a treasure revealer associated with the Jangter tradition. He was educated at Mindroling, and based at a monastery founded by his father, Nyida Longsel.
Garwang Dorje (Oct. 02)
Ngari Terton Garwang Dawa Gyeltsen was a treasure revealer associated with the Jangter, or Northern Treasure tradition based at Dorje Drak Monastery. Through a meeting with Nyima Drakpa, he appears to have brought that man's treasure revelations to Dorje Drak. He enjoyed the support of both the Fifth Dalai Lama and Terdak Lingpa of Mindroling Monastery.