Jamphel Gyatso was born in 1758 in Lahri Gang, in the area of Tsang, in the south-west of the Tibet. His/her father, Sonam Dhargye, and his/her mother, Phuntsok Wangmo, were originating in the Kham, and went down from Dhrala Tsegyal, one of the legendary heroes of the epopee of Gésar of ling.
BiographyAs of its design, Lahri Gang was blessed by a miraculous harvest, where each barley seedling carried three, four, even five ears, made without precedent. Whereas his mother and a relative dined in their garden, an immense rainbow appeared, of which one of the ends touched the shoulder of this one. (this is recognized as being excellent predicts, associated with the birth with a saint man.)
Little time after its birth, Jamphel Gyatso was often seen looking in direction it paradise with a smile on its face. It was also seen trying to sit down in the position of meditation of the lotus. When Lobsang Palden Yeshe, the 6th Panchen LAMA, heard of the child, he says: " He is the authentic reincarnation of Dalaï Lama."
As soon as the child started to speak, he says: " I will go to Lhassa at the age of three ans." The whole of Tibet was then convinced that he was the 8th Dalaï Lama. Darkpa Thaye, the large intendant of the 7th Dalaï Lama, came in Lhassa with a great number of spangled and official Gouvernement Tibetan. They carried the boy, then old of two years and half, with the monastery of Tashi Lhunpo, with Shigatse, carried out the ceremony of recognition, and the Panchen LAMA gave him the name of Jamphel Gyatso.
In 1762, the child was carried with Lhassa, and was established in the Palais of Potala. The ceremony was chaired by Demo Tulku Jamphel Yeshi, which was the first regent to represent Dalaï Lamas when they were minors. At the seven years age, he became beginner, making his monastic vows in the presence of Panchen LAMA, and was ordered (wishes définitfs) in 1777. In addition to its remarkable spiritual legacies, it made build the park of Norbu Lingka, disappeared today, as well as the palate of summer, outside Lhassa.
He died in 1804 at the forty seven years age.
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