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

Notes

[1] Ser smad spom ra dge bshes ye shes dbang phyug, Sermé Tösam Norling Dratsanggi Chöjung Logyü Norbü TrengwaSer smad thos bsam nor gling grwa tshang gi chos ’byung lo rgyus nor bu’i phreng ba [A History of the Sermé Tösam Norling College: A Garland of Jewels] (Bylakuppe: Sermey Printing Press, 1984), 140.
[2] On DrupkhangpaSgrub khang pa, see the Introduction to the Hermitages, history section.
[3] See the Introduction to the Hermitages, history section for more on this important figure.
[4] 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), 736. For the possible source of these figures see Bshes gnyen tshul khrims, Lhasé Gönto Rinchen PunggyenLha sa’i dgon tho rin chen spungs rgyan [A Catalogue of the Monasteries of Lhasa: A Heap of Jewels] (Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, 2001), 94.
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Sera Utse Hermitage , by José Ignacio Cabezón

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