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On Chapa and the later Sangphu tradition, see Onoda (1989) (1990), and (1992); and van der Kuijp (1987). No less than twenty-five commentaries on Sapan's Treasure ofReasoning (Tshad ma rigs gter) have been penned by adherents of the Sakya school. See D. The same article records the existence of commentaries to the Treasure ofReasoning by the Introduction 42. 43· 44· 45· 46. 47· 48. 49· 50. 51. 52. 53· 54· 55· 56. 57· 58. 59· 6o. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 33 learned Gyaltshap Darma Rinchen (1364-1432, chief prama1,1a disciple and monastic successor to Tsongkhapa), and by two much later Nyingmapa scholars, Ju Mipham Gyatsho (1846-1912) and Gongmar Rinchen (fl.
38. Shakabpa (1967), p. 64ff. See Petech (1990), p. 6 and n+ Petech (1990 ), p. 8. Petech (1990), p. 8. Indeed, Lama Shang at Tshal Gungtang had ruled much of central Tibet as a sort of warlord-monk in the late noos. ) On the special recognition given by the Mongols to Chinese and Tibetan Buddhist monks in the early 1200s, see Petech (1990), pp. 5-6. " See also Seyfort Ruegg (1995), pp. 34-37· Sapan, RepiJ to the Questions ofNamkha Bum the Kadampa (SKB 5:415), translated in this volume. Thuuken (1984), p.
Gorampa, DSNSh, p. 1. , fols. 4. ], vol. I [ka], fols. 38b-57a). Gorampa, DSNSh, p. 1. The Sanskrit equivalent of Kunga Gyaltshen Pal Sangpo is Anandadhvaja5ribhadra. Gorampa, DSNShp. 1. Gorampa, DSNSh, p. 1, and Ameshab, Sa skya gdung rabs chen mo (Genealogy of the Sakya 'Khon Family), p. 51. Gorampa, DSNSh, pp. r. Gorampa, DSNSh, p. 128. Ameshab, Genealogy ofthe Sakya 'Khon Family, fol. 128. Ameshab here quotes, almost verbatim, the biography of Sapan found in the Entrance Gate for the Wise (mKhas Jug) commentary of Lowo Khenchen Sonam Lhundrup (1456-1532).