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Twenty-five disciples (rje 'bang nyer lnga) of Padmasambhava

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 Twenty-five Main Disciples of Padmasambhava (rje 'bangs nyer lnga)- in various lists these include

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    King Trisong Detsen; khri srong lde'u btzan,
    Denma Tsémang
    Dorje Dudjom of Nanam
    Drokben Khyechung Lotsawa

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    Gyalwa Changchub of Lasum
    Gyalwa Choyang
    Gyalwe Lodro of Dré
    Jnanakumara of Nyak

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    Kawa Paltsek
    Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal, the princess of Karchen
    King Trisong Detsen
    Konchog Jungné of Langdro

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    Lhapal the Sokpo
    Namkhai Nyingpo
    Nanam Zhang Yeshe De
    Palgyi Dorje of Lhalung
    Palgyi Senge

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    Palgyi Wangchuk
    Palgyi Wangchuk of Odren
    Palgyi Yeshe
    Rinchen Chok of Ma
    Sangye Yeshe
    Shubu Palgyi Senge
    Vairotsana, the great translator
    Yeshe Yang
    Yudra Nyingpo of Gyalmo

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Also

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    Vimalamitra
    Tingdzin Zangpo

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    Vairotsana;
    Mandarava;
    Ye shes mTsho rgyal;
    rGyal ba mchog dbyangs;

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    Nam mkha'i snying po;
    dPal gyi seng ge;
    ye shes dbyangs;
    Ye shes sde;

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    dPal gyi rdo rje;
    Khri srong lde'u btsan;
    mKhar chen dpal gyi dbang phyug;
    gYu sgra snying po;
    dPal gyi seng ge;


    rMa rin chen mchog;
    Sangs rgyas ye shes;
    rdo rje bdud 'joms;
    rGyal ba blo gros;
    lDan ma rtse mang;


    sKa ba dPal brtsegs;
    O bran dbang phyug;
    Jnanakumaravajra;
    Sog po lHa dpal gzhon nu;
    Lang gro dKon mchog 'byung gnas;
    rGal ba byang chub;
    Dran pa nam mkha' dbang phyug;
    Khye'u chung mKha' lding;
    Cog ru Klu'i rgyal mtshan;
    Ting nge 'dzin bzang po.


twenty-five disciples (rje 'bang nyer lnga).

As listed in the Ma-ong Lungten from Lama Gongdü, page 7:

    rje mnga' bdag nyid,
    glang dpal gyi seng ge,
    pa gor bai ro tsa na,
    rgyal mo g.yu sgra snying po,
    gnubs nam mkha'i snying po,
    gnyag dz-nya na ku ma ra,
    ngan lam rgyal ba mchog dbyangs,
    sna nam rdo rje bdud 'joms,
    sba ye shes dbyangs,
    sog po lha dpal gyi ye shes,
    zhang sna nam ye shes sde,
    mkhar chen dpal gyi dbang phyug,
    lde(n) ma rtse mangs,
    mchan bu ka ba dpal brtsegs,
    shu bu dpal gyi seng ge,
    'dre rgyal ba blo gros,
    lo khye'u chung ba, dran pa nam mkha',
    'o dran dpal gyi dbang phyug,
    rma rin chen mchog,
    gnubs sangs rgyas ye shes,
    lha lung dpal gyi rdo rje dbang phyug,
    lang gro dkon mchog 'byung gnas,
    la sum rgyal ba byang chub,
    mkhar chen bza' mtsho rgyal.

    khri srong lde'u btzan,
    nam mkha'i snying po,
    sangs rgyas ye shes,
    rgyal ba mchog dbyangs,
    mkhar chen bza',
    dpal gyi ye shes, dpal gyi seng ge,
    bee ro tza na, gnyags dzny' na ku ma ra,
    gyu sgra snying po,
    rdo rje bdud 'joms,
    ye shes dbyangs,
    sog po lha dpal,
    zhang ye shes sde,
    dpal gyi dbang phyug,
    ldan ma rtze mang,
    ska ba dpal brtzegs,
    shud bu dpal gyi seng ge,
    rgyal ba'i blo gros,
    khye'u chung lo,
    'o bran dpal gyi dbang phyug,
    rma rin chen mchog,
    lha lung dpal gyi rdo rje,
    lang gro dkon mchog 'byung gnas,
    la gsum rgyal ba byang chub

dgongs pa klong chen yangs pa’i mkha’ la ‘phyo
rnam]] ‘gyur brtul zhugs spyod pas ‘gro ba ‘dren
rmad byung rdo rje snying po’i dgongs srog ‘dzin
thugs sras rjes ‘bangs nyer lngar phyag ‘tshal bstod —from Nangdrub Rigdzin Düpa, revealed by Jigmey Lingpa

Eight disciples (rje 'bangs brgyad).

The eight chief recipients in Tibet of the Eight Sadhana Teachings transmitted by Guru Rinpoche:
    King Trisong Deutsen,
    Namkhai Nyingpo,
    Sangye Yeshe,
    Gyalwa Cho-yang,
    Yeshe Tsogyal,
    Palgyi Yeshe,
    Palgyi Senge, and
    Vairochana.

    King Trisong Detsen,
    Namkhai Nyingpo,
    Sangye Yeshe,
    Gyalwa Choyang,
the princess of Karchen Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal,
    Palgyi Yeshe,
    Palgyi Senge,
the great translator Vairocana,
    Nyak Jnanakumara,
    Gyalmo Yudra Nyingpo,
    Nanam Dorje Dudjom,
    Yeshe Yang,
    Sokpo Lhapal,
    Nanam Zhang Yeshe De,
    Palgyi Wangchuk,
    Denma Tsémang, Kawa Paltsek,
    Shupu Palgyi Senge,
    Dré Gyalwe Lodro,
    Drokben Khyenchung Lotsawa,
    Otren Palgyi Wangchuk,
    Ma Rinchen Chok,
    Lhalung Palgyi Dorje,
    Langdro Konchog Jungné and
    Lasum Gyalwa Changchup

Source

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