Chogyal Rinpoche was born in 1985 in Tibet. When he was one year old, Sakya Trizin told the father of the child about the extraordinary abilities and capacities of his
son. In the childhood, he amazed his parents meditating for hours. In the age of 5 he started his education in the Rumtek Monastery situated in the deep forests of India, founded by the 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. At that time, the youngest amongst almost 300 monks and 20 incarnated lamas, Chogyal Rinpoche practiced Vajrayana for almost 10 years, getting up every day at 3 in the morning. After receiving a letter from His Holiness the 17th Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje, he started the studies in the Dzongsar Buddhist Institute in Shri Divakar Buddhist Institute in Kalimpong. In February 2010 he received the title of Khenpo. The studies awakened in him even more enthusiasm for the philosophy. After finishing his monastic education he decided to broaden his understanding of the spirituality and started to study Buddhist philosophy. His Holiness, the Karmapa, recognized him as an incarnation of Gacha Gomchen, a master from Churpu Gompa in the area of Lhasa. Gacha Gomchen was teaching dharma in XIV century together with the 4th Karmapa, Rolpe Dorje.

In the course of the study in Kalimpong, Rinpoche devoted himself to the charity reaching also to non-buddhist communities. In the local school for the blind , he developed musical education, enabeling also the children from the lowest social levels to learn to play the violin. The Kalimpong Music Institute is functioning up to this day, growing as charity institution. At one moment of his life, Chogyal Rinpoche decided to set off to a spiritual journey, the way it was practiced by the yogis since 5th century. This period of practice brought him a new understanding of incarnation.

Rinpoche has run the BIA (Bodhisattva in Action) Foundation since 2014. The foundation, driven by the motivation of compassion ( traditionally attributed to bodhisattvas), engages, inspires and runs many projects , such as: help to the victims of the earth quake in Nepal or care for the orphans afflicted with the HIV.