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KonchokZoepa wrote:to answer your question, the only one i know of is the kunzang pelden's commentary that is the nectar of manjushris speech. and i would quite strongly believe that it is the only translated commentary, at least of the kagyu commentaries.
Bardor Tulku Rinpoche gave an extensive commentary at KTD some years ago. The KTD bookstore has CD audio recording for some of this, e.g. http://www.namsebangdzo.com/product_p/13022.htm
I think eventually more of these recording will be made available.
Here is my little collection of books related to the Bodhicaryavatara: http://www.librarything.com/catalog/kukulaj&tag=%20Bodhicaryavatara&collection=-1
One book certainly worth looking at is Pema Chodron's commentary.
Karl Brunnholzl's Center of the Sunlit Sky is centered on a Kagyu commentary, by Pawo Rinpoche, a student of the 8th Karmapa, on the 9th chapter - the commentary covered the whole text but Brunnholzl only includes the 9th chapter.
This is probably not the delightful answer you were hoping for but the best I can do!
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