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Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen

**Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen**

**Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen** (Wyl. //sa skya paN+Di ta kun dga' rgyal mtshan//) (1182-1251) — one of the Sakya patriarchs and the nephew of Drakpa Gyaltsen. He was one of the greatest scholars in Tibetan history and one of the so-called 'Mañjughoshas of Tibet'. He was the uncle of Pakpa.


 * [[Clear|Differentiation of the Three Sets of Vows]] (//sdom gsum rab dbye//)
 * [[Elucidating|the Sage's Intent]] (//thub pa dgongs pa rab gsal//)
 * [[Sakya|Lekshé]] (//sa skya legs bshad//)
 * [[Sapan|Khenjuk]] (//mkhas 'jug//)
 * [[Treasury|of Valid Reasoning]] (//tshad ma rigs pa'i gter//)

Further Reading

 * David P. Jackson, 'Commentaries on the Writings of Sa skya Pandita: A Bibliographical Sketch' in //The Tibet Journal//, Vol.VIII, No.3, Autumn 1983
 * Migmar Tsering, 'Sakya Pandita: Glimpses of His Three Major Works' in The Tibet Journal, VOL.XIII,1, Spring 1988
 * Sakya Pandita, //Ordinary Wisdom: Sakya Pandita's Treasury of Good Advice//, translated by John T. Davenport, Boston: Wisdom, 2000
 * Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen, //A Clear Differentiation of the Three Codes: Essential Distinctions among the Individual Liberation, Great Vehicle, and Tantric Systems//, translated by Jared Rhoton, New York: SUNY, 2002

 * [[Prayer to Sakya Pandita]]
 * [[Throneholders of the Sakya school]]

 * [[|Biography on Treasury of Lives]]
 * [[|Important quotes from Sakya Pandita's writings]]
 * [[|TBRC profile]]

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