Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen
Dolpopa was one of the most influential Buddhist masters in Tibetan history. He first became an important scholar of the Sakya tradition, but then moved to Jonang monastery. There he became the fourth holder of the monastic seat and constructed a monumental stupa. Dolpopa’s ideas, specifically his famous formulation of the zhentong view and his interpretations of Mahayana and Vajrayana doctrine, have elicited controversy for nearly 700 years.
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Primary Date: 1292 to 1361