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Keutsang Hermitage
by José Ignacio Cabezón
January 30, 2006
Section 4 of 4

Notes

[1] An informant, a former monk of the hermitage (ritröri khrod), says that the word ke’u tshang means “small monastery.”
[2] The Tibetan word a ma literally means “mother,” but it is also a cry of fear.
[3] Dungkar Lozang TrinléDung dkar blo bzang ’phrin las, Dungkar Tsikdzö ChenmoDung dkar tshig mdzod chen mo [The Great Dungkar Dictionary] (Krung go’i bod rig pa dpe skrun khang, 2002), 92.
[4] An informant tells us that even the first Keutsang LamaKe’u tshang bla ma was born into the DoringRdo ring family, but this has yet to be verified.
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Keutsang Hermitage , by José Ignacio Cabezón

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  2. History
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