Tashi Lama

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Tashi Lama

(ˈtɑːʃɪ ˈlɑːmə)
n
(Buddhism) another name for the Panchen Lama
[from Tashi (Lumpo), the name of the Tibetan monastery over which this Lama presides]
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Ta•shi La•ma

(ˈtɑ ʃi ˈlɑ mə)
n.
a Tibetan monk and spiritual leader second in rank to the Dalai Lama.
Also called Panchen Lama.
[after Tashi (Lumpo), the monastery of which this Lama is abbot]
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He is in fact the Lotsawa par excellence, and his later incarnations, who enjoy in Western Tibet a sanctity not much inferior to that of the Tashi Lama, or even of the Dalai Lama himself, have always borne the same name.
The Lotsawa is always reincarnated somewhere in Guge or Kanawar, but he seems to live generally at Tashi Lumpo, the seat of the Tashi Lama near Shigatze.