Buddhaśrī b.1339 - d.1432
Name Variants: Buddhashri; Drubchen Sanggye Pel
Little is known about the life of Sanggye Pel (sangs rgyas dpal, 1339-1420) other than who he studied with and, most notably, who he trained. Sanggye Pel was a disciple of the Sakya master Pelden Tsultrim (dpal ldan tshul khrims, 1333-1399) and the Kadampa master Gyelse Tokme Zangpo (thogs med bzang po, 1295-1369), who was abbot of Tārā (rta ra) monastery from 1326 to 1333.
Sanggye Pel was an important guru to Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo (ngor chen kun dga' bzang po, 1382-1456) when the younger lama, then twenty-five years old, stayed at Zhe monastery (zhe dgon).
Jackson, David. 1990. "Identification of Individual Teachers in Paintings of Sa-skya-pa Lineages." In Indo-Tibetan Studies: Papers in Honor and Appreciation of David L. Snellgrove's Contributions to Indo-Tibetan Studies, Tadeusz Skorupski, ed. Tring: Institute of Buddhist Studies.
Ngor chen kun dga bzang po. Grub chen bu+ddha shrI la stod pa. In Ngor chen kun dga' bzang po'i bka' 'bum, vol. 1, pp. 19-20.
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