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Gʹyu-thog Yon-tan-mgon-po, 1126-1202

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    • Yon-tan-mgon-po, Gʹyu-thog, 1126-1202
    • Yundangunbo, Houyutuo, 1126-1202
    • Houyutuo Yundangunbo, 1126-1202
    • Yün-tan-kun-po, Hou-yü-tʻo, 1126-1202
    • Hou-yü-tʻo Yün-tan-kun-po, 1126-1202
    • Gʹyu-thog-gsar-ma Yon-tan-mgon-po, 1126-1202
    • Yuthok Yongten Gonpo, 1126-1202
    • Yuthok Yonten Gonpo, the Younger, 1126-1202
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        (edtf) 1126
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1202
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      • found: Rin-chen-rnam-rgyal. Gʹyu thog pa Gsar Rñiṅ gñis kaʼi ... 1983:t.p. (Gʹyu thog Yon-tan-mgon-po, the younger)
      • found: Tibetan medicine, 1973,p. 20 (Second Gʹyu-thog Yon-tan-mgon-po, born in Gtsan as son of Kyuṅ-bu-rdo-rje and Pad-ma Hod-ldan, lived during the 12th cent, a descendent and reincarnation of Gʹyu-thog Yon-tan-mgon-po, the elder)
      • found: Gʹyu-thog gsar rñiṅ gi rnam thar, 1982:p. 1, 1st gr. (Gʹyn-thog-gsar-ma Yon-tan-mgon-po)
      • found: Cha lag bco rgyad, 1999- :v. 2, colophon (Gʹyu-thog-gsar-ma Yon-tan-mgon-po; in Chinese: Houyutuo Yundangunbo)
      • found: International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine WWW site, viewed Oct. 25, 2012(Yuthok Yongten Gonpo, the younger (1126-1202); works: revised "The four tantras", Cha-lag bCo-brGyad, Yuthok Nyingthig)
      • found: The Basic tantra and the Explanatory tantra from the Secret quintessential instructions on the eight branches of the ambrosia essence tantra, 2008:t.p. (Yuthog Yonten Gonpo)
      • found: The Subsequent tantra from the Secret quintessential instructions on the eight branches of the ambrosia essence tantra, 2011:t.p. (Yuthok Yonten Gonpo)
      • found: Wikipedia, viewed 2018-10-04(Yuthok Yonten Gonpo the Younger (Wylie transliteration G'yu thog gsar ma yon tan mgon po) (1126-1202) was a Tibetan doctor and ngakpa (lay, non-monastic tantric practitioner), credited with composing the Four Medical Tantras (Rgyud bzhi), a four-book treatise on traditional Tibetan medicine)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Do not confuse with: Gʹyu-thog Yon-tan-mgon-po (n 83071022 ) ["The elder"]]
    • Change Notes

      • 1986-03-20: new
      • 2018-11-13: revised
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