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བཻ་དཱུརྱ་སེར་པོ། (bai dUr+ya ser po/)
This religious history (chos 'byung) includes long chapters on the histories and lineages of abbots (gdan rabs) for the large Gelukpa (dge lugs pa) monasteries around Lhasa and shorter entries for the...
Amnye Machen Institute
The Amnye Machen Institute (AMI) has begun a movement towards addressing the imbalances and limitations in the intellectual, social and cultural life of the Tibetan people inside and outside Tibet. Th...
bod chen po’i srid lugs dang ’brel ba’i rgyal rabs deb ther dkar po
This is a Tibetan history written by Gendün Chömpel, a controversial figure in twentieth-century Tibetan culture. (Steven Weinberger 2004-07-16)
bod kyi deb ther dpyid kyi rgyal mo'i glu dbyangs
In 1643, one year after he took the throne as ruler of Central Tibet, the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lozang Gyatso (rgyal dbang lnga pa ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682), composed a history o...
deb ther sngon po
deb ther sngon po (The Blue Annals) is a highly-regarded history of Tibetan Buddhist lineages and sectarian traditions. It is remarkable for its ecumenical perspective and comprehensiven...
Digital editions of Butön's (bu ston) History of Buddhism (chos 'byung) and The Biography of Milarepa (mi la'i rnam thar)
Text files (.txt) in Wylie transcription of two key works of Tibetan religious history and literature. 1) bDe bar gshegs pa'i bstan pa'i gsal byed chos kyi 'byung gnas gsung rab rin po che'i mdzod -- ...
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History of Tibet by the Fifth Dalai Lama of Tibet
In 1643, one year after he took the throne as ruler of Central Tibet, the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lozang Gyatso (rgyal dbang lnga pa ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682), composed a history o...
spo bo'i lo rgyus
Powo (spo bo) is one of the three main regions in Southeastern Tibet, along with Kongpo (kong po) and Dakpo (dwags po). It was settled by the son of Drigum Tsenpo (dri gum btsan po; seventh century), ...
The blue annals
The Blue Annals (deb ther sngon po) is a highly-regarded history of Tibetan Buddhist lineages and sectarian traditions. It is remarkable for its ecumenical perspective and comprehensiven...
The white annals
This is a Tibetan history written by Gendün Chömpel, a controversial figure in twentieth-century Tibetan culture. (Steven Weinberger 2004-07-16)
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