About Gyaltsab Je

Gyaltsab Je (1364–1432) or more elaborately, Gyaltsab Dharma Rinchen was born in the Tsang province of central Tibet. He was a famous student of Je Tsongkhapa, and actually became the first Ganden Tripa of the Gelug tradition after Je Tsongkhapa's death. He also studied with Rendawa Zhonnu Lodro.

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