A Brief History of the Jamme Tulkus of The Drukpa Kagyu Tradition is a remarkable insight into the practices and works of the school also known as “Oral Lineage” or “Whispered Transmission”. The Kagyu is one of the six main sects of the Tibetan Mahamudra Buddhism and it is today divided into three groups, the Karma Kagyu, Drikung Kagyu and as the topic here: the Drukpa Kagyu.
This text contains a brief history of the lines of re-incarnate beings Jamme Tulku and Jamme Lhachog Tulku who are two of the great tulkus of the Drukpa Kagyu tradition. A short history of the monastery they established centuries ago in Tibet, called Jamme Gonpa is included. The following is translated from Tibetan text provided by Jamme Tulku.
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