P26: 'phags pa blo gros rgyal mtshan/

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Dates
General

- 5th of the Five Great Founding Fathers of Sakya (sa skya'i gong ma rnam lnga)
- 'phags pa’s standard title is chos kyi rgyal po (“King of Religion”) Jackson 1997a (p. 45), bla ma dam pa chos kyi rgyal po (“Noble Guru, King of Religion”) Jackson 1997a (pp. 45, 51)

Biographical data

Teachers

- snye thang pa grags pa sengge/ (~13th cent.) Sopa 2009 (p. 174)

Students

- zhang dkon mchog dpal/ (1250–1317) ; became phags pa/'s chief spiritual son Stearns 2006 (p. 240)

Events (chronological)

- first major patron of kāvya studies and translations in Tibet Jackson 1997a (pp. 42, 45)
- under his patronage shong ston rdo rje rgyal mtshan largely introduced the study of Sanskrit grammar and poetics Jackson 1997a (p. 48)
- 1244: ordained by sa skya paNDi ta kun dga' rgyal mtshan/ (1182–1251) at the jo khang / in lha sa/ Jackson 1987 (vol. 1, p. 28)
- 1244: took dge tshul/ ordination en route to China in the presence of na-bza' 'phred gsol/ (also called zul phu ba/) and the 3rd skyor mo lung / throne-holder Sørensen & Hazod 2007 (p. 696 n. 5)
- 1255: full ordination under snye thang pa grags pa sengge/ (~13th cent.) in his twenty-first year ngor chos 'byung [1973] (p. 326.2)
- full ordination under snye thang pa grags pa sengge/ (~13th cent.) Sopa 2009 (p. 174); see also Heimbel 2013 (p. 196 n. 60) on his monastic ordination
- (31st year): visits sa skya dgon/ mang thos bstan rtsis [1987] (p. 165)
- (41st year): returns to sa skya dgon/ mang thos bstan rtsis [1987] (p. 166)

Notes

- lam 'bras bla brgyud/ position no. 15