Khenpo Petse Rinpoche
Photo courtesy of Graham Price
Texts by the late Khenpo Pema Tsewang Lhundrup (mkhan po padma tshe dbang lhun grub, 1931–2001), aka Khenpo Petse, of Dzogchen Monastery:
The late Khenpo Petse Rinpoche wrote this brief autobiography in or around 1997, when he was in his mid-60s. It is primarily a list of what he received from his various teachers, presented with characteristic humility.
This brief account of the life of Böpa Tulku (1898/1900/1902–1959), who is renowned for his Prajñāpāramitā commentaries and his systematic presentations of Ju Mipham's philosophy, was written by his direct disciple, Khenpo Pema Tsewang Lhundrup.