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Historical Figure

Explore the life of Drogon Choegyal Phakpa, also known as Lobsang Gyamtso and Phakpa Rinpoche. Born in 1235, he was the fifth patriarch of the Sakya sect and founder of the Sakya Dynasty in Tibet. Discover his profound impact as Kublai Khan's spiritual advisor, his leadership in the Bureau of Buddhist and Tibetan Affairs, and...
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Learn about the life of Panchen Erdeni Chokyi Nyima, the ninth Panchen Erdeni of Tibetan Buddhism, his upbringing, and his role during the First Anti-British War in Tibetan history.
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Discover the remarkable journey of the fourth Panchen Lama, Lobsang Chokyi Gyaltsen, from his early recognition of brilliance to his influential reforms at Tashilhunpo Monastery.
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Jamyang Chojey, a revered monk of Gelug Sect, founded Drepung Monastery in Tibet. Learn about his journey from disciple to leading monk.
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Jamchen Chojey Sakya Yeshe, founder of Sera Monastery, dedicated his life to Buddhism. Learn about his achievements and the valuable statue he received from the Ming Dynasty. #Buddhism #SeraMonastery
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In 1368, after the downfall of the Yuan Dynasty, the Mongolian forces retreated to the Mongolian plateau, known as the Northern Yuan Dynasty historically. Afterwards, Mongolia went through a power struggle and gradually divided into three main regions: Monan Mongolia, Mobei Mongolia, and Moxi Mongolia. Monan Mongolia, which includes modern-day Inner Mongolia, consists of the...
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In the annals of Chinese history, there was a renowned general whose ferocity in battle was the most formidable foe the Tang Dynasty ever faced. He was a member of the Gar family, and his father Dongtsan served as prime minister to Songzan Gampo. Following the deaths of both his father and Songtsen Gampo, Gar...
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Nepal Princess Bhrikuti Devi, known to Tibetans as Bhelsa Tritsun, is traditionally considered to have been the first wife of the emperor of Tibet, Songtsän Gampo. Bhelsa Tritsun, Songtsen Gampo, Gyalsa Gongjo Even though the historicity of Bhrikuti Devi is not certain, and no reference to her has been found among the documents discovered at...
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Princess Wencheng, the fourth wife of Songtsen Gampo has very harsh life. Historically, too many people have had extremely tragic fates, especially those born into the royal family. As a member of the royal family, from birth is doomed to a great responsibility, the emperors want to think for the national community, and some even...
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Tsangyang Gyatso, the sixth Dalai Lama, was an ethereal figure whose legendary life captivated the hearts and minds of people throughout the ages. Born in 1683 in the Amdo region of Tibet, his birth was shrouded in mystery and surrounded by prophecies that foretold his extraordinary destiny. From a young age, Tsangyang displayed remarkable intelligence,...
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Nyatri Tsenpo, also known as the “King on Shoulder”, was a Tibet king who is considered the legendary forefather of the “Yarlung dynasty”. His sovereignty is believed to have commenced in 127 BC and he is regarded as the first ruler of the kingdom in Tibetan historical records. According to the Dunhuang chronicles, he descended...
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Trisong Deutsen was an advocate of Buddhism but faced opposition from his conservative and xenophobic ministers who preferred the Bon religion. In 761, he dispatched his minister Selnang (gSal-snag) to Nepal to invite the Buddhist master Shantarakshita, who was the abbot of Nalanda Monastery, the most esteemed Buddhist centre of learning in northern India. The...
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At the young age of thirteen, Songtsen Gampo took the throne and sent a minister to Nepal to arrange a marriage alliance with Princess Bhrikuti Devi. The princess brought a statue of the Buddha figure Akshobhya with her when she came to Tibet for the marriage. Creation of the Tibetan scripts It is uncertain when...
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