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Hidden Treasures and Secret Lives: A Study of Pemalingpa (1450-1521) and the Sixth Dalai Lama (1683-1706).
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Tibetan Technology and the West
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India and the British According to a Tibetan Text of the Later Eighteenth Century
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Report on the University of California Expedition to Kutang and Nubri in Northern Nepal in Autumn 1973
The article reports on the University of California expedition to Kutang and Nubri in northern Nepal in autumn 1973. The expedition's primary aim was the microfilming of Tibetan Buddhist texts. Along ...
'Jigs-med-gling-pa's "discourse on India" of 1789
This is a critical and annotated translation of the lHo-phyogs rgya-gar-gyi gtam brtag-pa brgyad-kyi me-long.
Sources for the history of Bhutan
This work includes primary documents, and their translations, that are some of the main sources for Bhutanese social and legal history. (Mark Premo-Hopkins 2004-09-14)
New Light on an Old Clan of Bhutan: The sMyos-rabs of Bla-ma gSaṅ-sṅags
The article's intent is to draw attention to historical scholarship done in Bhutan by Bla-ma gSaṅ-sṅags. The scholarship being done attempts to reveal the origin and development of all the noble ...
Notes on the History of the Mon-yul Corridor
The article looks at a concentration of Tibetan refugees between Burma and Bhutan. While an amount of scholarhip has been focused on groups in the western and central Himalayas, refugee movement to t...
Preface
The preface discusses the structure and organization of the International Seminar on Tibetan Studies. Credit is given to the presenters from the seminar who were unable to include their presentations...
Some Considerations of the Early History of Bhutan
Article looks at Bhutan's early history to discuss how and why Buddhism has survived and flourished to the extent that Buddhism is recognized as the state religion of Bhutan. (Mark Premo-Hopkins 2004-...
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