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THANGKA 3  
1. At seventeen years of age, Je Tsongkhapa receives teachings from Djen Na Chos-kyi Gyelpo, the Abbot of Drikung monastery.

2. He studies medicine in Kuntang with Lhadje Kon-chok Kyab.

3. In Nyerthang, he receives teachings from Tashi Senge and Densa Gekong.

4. In Dewachen monastery, he studies Partchin at the feet of the Masters Yonten Gyatso and Ugyen pa.

5. Losang Drakpa listens to the teachings of Djam-rin-pa on the Five Treatises of Maitreya.

6. In Chos-dzong, Lama Sonam Gyeltsen bestows on him the empowerment of Manjusri Arapatsana and the empowerment of the mandala of the Body of Heruka according to the tradition of Drilpupa.

7. When he is nineteen years old, he takes part in the philosophical debates of Sangpu monastery.

8. He takes part in the philosophical debates of Dewachen monastery and his fame spreads out.

9. In Shalu. the great Lotsawa Rinchen Namgyel grants him explanations on Heruka with the Thirteen Deities according to the tradition of Maitripa.

10. In Narthang, Je Tsongkhapa listens to many teachings at the feet of Mati Panchen.

11. He takes part to the philosophical debates in Sakya monastery and his fame increases.

12. Philosophical debates in Sangden monastery.

13. Philosophical debates in Karong monastery.

14. Philosophical debates in Ngam-rin monastery.

15. In the monastery of Jonang, Je Tsongkhapa listens to teaching on the Six Applications of the Kalacakra by Tchok-le Namgyel.

16. In Maray monastery. Tchi-po-lhe teaches him the Progressive Path of the Kadam-pa school.

17. He takes part in the philosophical debates in O monastery.

18. In Narthang,the great translator Donsang gives him teachings on the Abhidharma and on the Valid Cognition (Pramana).

19. He takes part in the philosophical debates in Ne-nying monastery.

20. He receives teachings on Partchin from Master Nyapon.

THANGKA 4  
1. Je Tsongkhapa receives teaching on Abhidharma from Master Rendawa.

2. In Samling, in the region of Nyangto, he listens to the explanations of the

Venerable Rendawa on the Auto-commentary of the Supplement to (Nagarjuna’s) Treatise on the Middle.

3. The great Lotsawa Djang-chup Tsemo comes to the Potala. Je Tsongkhapa receives teachings in Chos-dzong.

4. In Kyormo lung, he listens to the Great Commentary of the Vinaya-sutra at the feet of the Abbot Loselwa.

5. During a prayer assembly, he enters a meditative state that lasts for several hours.

6. He suffers from back pains and goes to see Master Ugyen renowned for the efficiency of his rituals.

7. With other learned religious, Je Tsongkhapa heads to Ne-nying.

7bis. He gives his first teaching on the Compendium of Manifest Knowledge (Abhidharma samuccaya)

8. During spring, passing through Narthang, he goes to Sakya where he receives teachings from the Venerable Rendawa.

9. He listens to the teachings of Lama Dorje Rinchen-pa.

10. The rituals accomplished by one Geshe of Sakya monastery relieve him from his back pains.

11. The Venerable Rendawa and Je Tsongkhapa go to Ngam-rim. Master Rendawa composes a developed commentary on the Compendium of Manifest Knowledge (Abhidharma Samuccaya). The young Je Tsongkhapa also listens to his teaching on the commentary of the Pramana-vartika.

12. In autumn, he receives news from his native country. In Lhalung, in the region of Mel, he devotes his energy to the training of mind in the Path of the Tantras under the direction of Lama Sonam Drakpa. He makes a retreat during which he studies a commentary of the Pramana-vartika.

13. He spends the winter in Dewachen where he reads numerous works. He leaves for Tsang.

14. He reaches Narthang where he listens to a teaching on a commentary of the Pramana composed by the great Lotsawa Donsang. He spends the summer in this monastery and takes part in the philosophical debates.

15. He receives teachings on the Madhyamaka.

16. He receives teachings from Lotsawa Namka Sangpo.

17. He goes to Sakya monastery where he takes part in the philosophical debates.

18. Philosophical debates in Soka Kuntang.

19. Vision of Sarasvati in Sangpu monastery where he takes part in the philosophical debates.

THANGKA 5  
1. In Tse-tang, Je Tsongkhapa takes part in the dialectical debates on four of the great Treatises of Maitreya.

2. In Yarlung, he receives the vows of a fully ordained monk (bhiksu).

3. He meets Djen Nga Drakpa Jam-chup in the monastery of Tel. They exchange long conversations and the young Losang Drakpa receives teachings from this Master.

4. In Lharang Kheru, he gives teachings on Partchin, valid cognition (pramana) and Madhyamaka.

5. In Tsel monasery, he consults the works and the commentaries translated into Tibetan and begins to compose his commentary on Abhisamaya-alamkara.

6. In Lhasa, he accomplishes with great zeal the practices of Nyune at the feet of the self-manifested statue of Avalokitesvara

7. In autumn, he goes to Dewachen and gives many lectures.

8. During spring, he teaches in Cha-yul.

9. He returns to Tsel monastery where he continues the composition of his commentary of the Abhisamaya-alamkara.

10. He ends this composition in Dewachen.

11. In Kyormo lung, he receives teachings on the Kalacakra from Tokden Yeshe Gyeltsen.

12. The following summer, he gives numerous explanations on the Sutra-pitaka in front of vast assemblies of scholars.

13. He spends the winter at Tso-may in Tolung where he studies the Kalacakra. He also gives many lectures.

14. He teaches in Dewachen.

15. In Ngan-kar, he carries on his studies of the Kalacakra and teaches to highly learned monks.

16. He bestows empowerments in Monkar in Yarlung.

17a. He is invited to teach in Rik-nga lhakang.

17b. Staying in Monkar he expounds seventeen texts in one cycle of teachings.

18. During the summer, he conducts a retreat of Heruka in a grotto of Okar and develops high realizations.

19. During the autumn, he gives lectures in front of vast assemblies.

THANGKA 6  
1. During the winter, Je Tsongkhapa gives lectures in a grotto of Kyormo lung.

2. When autumn comes, yearning to listen to the Basket of the Tantra, he goes to the region of Tsang and arrives in Rong where he listens to the teaching of high learned Masters.

3. Je Tsongkhapa bestows the empowerment of Sarasvati to Lama Umapa. Through the mediation Lama Umapa who has visions of Manjusri, Je Tsongkhapa asks Manjusri questions.

4. He goes to Taktsang where he meets learned Masters and receives teachings from them.

5. In Ba-U Bagner, he receives explanations on the Guyasamaja from the Venerable Rendawa.

6. In Chos-lung, he questions Manjusri through the mediation of Lama Umapa.

7. In Nyang-to, Je Tsongkhapa meets Rinpoche Chos-kyi pel and requests him to give teachings.

8. In Nyang to, in the Tri Tsakang, he studies ritual dances and melodies as well as the manner of tracing mandala and executing mudras.

9. One night, he dreams that Master Kyungpo Lhe comes to him holding a bell and a vajra and that having placed these objects on his head he utters the word ‘Karma bendza’

10. He dreams that Master Kyungpo Lhe shows him his heart in which a rosary of mantras is turning.

11. He receives initiations from the Master Kyungpo Lhe.

11bis. Under the direction of Gyeltsen Drakpa, he studies the ritual dances and melodies as well as the manner of tracing mandalas and executing mudras.

12. He listens to the teachings of Rinpoche Chos-kyi Pel in Panam Pakri.

13. He stays in Kadung in U region with Lama Umapa.

14. Retreat with Lama Umapa.

15. Visions of Manjusri.

16. Je Tsongkhapa stays in Lhasa with Lama Umapa.

17. He receives the four initiations of the Guyasamaja from Lama Umapa.

18. Je Tsongkhapa gives numerous teachings in Kyormo lung.

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