Pema Lingpa

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Pema Lingpa or Padma Lingpa (T. pad+ma gling pa) (1450–1521) was a Bhutanese siddha of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. He is considered a terchen or "great tertön", and the foremost of the "Five Tertön Kings" (Wylie: gter ston rgyal po lnga). In the history of the Nyingma school in Bhutan, Pema Lingpa is second only in importance to Padmasambhava.

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