Gelug School

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Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso, "The Great" 5th Dalai Lama - Political Activities
... Part of a series on Tibetan Buddhism History Timeline Related-topics Schools Nyingma Kagyu Sakya Gelug Bön Jonang Key concepts Three marks of existence Skandha Cosmology Saṃsāra Rebirth ... of the country, and displacing the rival dominant school of the Karmapas ... to the Gelugpa are said to have forced monks of some Kagyu monasteries to convert to the Gelug school in 1648 ...
Lobsang Nyima Pal Sangpo
... religious leader, was the 100th Ganden Tripa, or spiritual leader of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism from 1994 until 2002 ... was elevated to the highest position in the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism in 1994, becoming the 100th Ganden Tripa ... The Ganden Tripa is the spiritual leader of the Gelug school ...
Separation From Contemporary Tibetan Buddhism - New Kadampa Tradition and Gelugpa Tradition
... Kadampa and the "New Kadam" Tradition of Je Tsongkhapa, the latter of which became the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism ... as it is known today, is not part of the ancient Kadampa Tradition but a split from the Gelug school." The founder of the Gelug school, Je Tsongkhapa, and his disciples were popularly known as the "new ... The term Gelug came into use only after his death ...

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