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Except tulkus (reincarnated lamas), there are four Khenpos (professors), three retreat teachers who are not tulkus, and other teachers like Omzes or lama dance teachers etc. in Palpung Sherabling. But here Rinpoches are referred to Tulkus (reincarnated lamas ). Some Khenpos' biographies can be browsed in the content of Palpung Sherabling Institute, others are briefly introduced by pictures and illustrates by clicking the left picture movie.

Tulkus or lamas in the more than 180 branch monasteries and temples of Palpung Monastery may reincarnate themselves to continue their practices of Dharma when they pass away. These incarnations, more than 350, are mostly identified and recognized by Kenting Tai Situpa.

Along with the development of Palpung Sherabling, more and more Tulkus from branches of Palpung Monastery come to Palpung Sherabling to practice and study the Dharma. Except Kenting Tai Sitiupa, at the beginning of 2007, more than 10 Tulkus, including Mingyur Rinpoche, Gangkar Rinpoche, Gyalton Rinpoche, Thutop Rinpoche and Pong Re Rinpoche, are residing in Palpung Sherabling.

Yongey Mingyur Dorje Rinpoche
Web Site:
Yongey Buddhist Center
Yongey Foundation

Bo Gangkar Rinpoche
Web Site: (Chinese)
A Brief Introduction in English

Gyalton Rinpoche
A Brief Introduction in English

Thutop Rinpoche
Web Site: (some parts compltetd)
A Brief Introduction in English

Pong Re Rinpoche
A Brief Introduction in English