Ngawang Chodrak (Jul. 16)
Ngawang Chodrak was a prominent Sakya master of Lamdre Lobshe transmission lineage. He served as abbot of the Kagyu Yangpachen Monastery, from 1607-1613, and of Samdrub Monastery. He may or may not have served as an abbot of Sakya Monastery.
Japa Dongak Gyatso (Jun. 16)
Japa Dongak Gyatso was a disciple of both Patrul Orgyen Chokyi Wangpo and Zhabkar Tsokdruk Rangdrol, and is best known for losing to the great Nyingma scholar Ju Mipam in a debate adjudicated by their mutual teacher, Patrul. Considered an incarnation of Gungtang Konchok Tenpai Dronme, he studied with teachers from both old and new traditions, gaining a reputation as a great scholar, and spent more than eighteen years in retreat. None of his writings have survived.
Yungdrung Yeshe (Jun. 10)
Gyelrong Yungdrung Yeshe was the twenty-third lineage holder of the Atri system of Bon Dzogchen practice. He lived in the Gyelrong region around the mid-17th century.