JKhedrup wrote:What are the common empowerments in your Jonang tradition? Are they mostly connected with Taranatha?
At the sutra level, there is a lamrim by Taranatha, called in English, 'Essence of Ambrosia'. There is also the 'Great Madhyamaka' which is another name for the zhentong view upheld in the Jonang lineage. Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen is one of the primary Lineage Masters, along with Taranatha. There are many others as well.
There are also practices related to Green Tara (the 21 Taras). While Green Tara puja doesn't require empowerment, I believe there is also an empowerment associated with this practice (or a form of this practice) though I have not received it. There are also practices and an empowerment associated with Cundi. I also believe there are practices related to Hevajra (though I would have to confirm this to be sure).
The main Anuttarayoga tantra of the Jonang lineage is Kalachakra from the Dro transmission (which is a bit different from the Ra transmission offered in the Gelug and some other lineages, particularly in relation to the Completion Stage). Though it is said that Dolpopa fused both the Ra and Dro transmissions into one.
There are other practices as well, and I'm sure there are some I am not even aware of. Of course, practices common to most of Tibetan Buddhism are also shared, such as Chenrezig and ngondro such as Refuge/Prostrations, cultivation of Bodhichitta, Mandala Offering, Vajrasattva, Guru Yoga and so forth.