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... After giving protection to a Mongol prince who had gone to Tibet to force the Pakmodru leader Jangchub Gyeltsen (byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1363) to cease his hostilities, in 1952 a division of the Drigung army from Meldro (mal gro) went on the offensive and invaded the valley of Wonpu ('on phu) ...

Read more from the biography of Chokyi Gyelpo


... Nevertheless, during the short time he headed Sakya (probably only until 1348) he is recorded to have done a great deal to mediate in disputes between various infighting factions at Sakya, and between Tai Situ Changchub Gyeltsen (t'ai si tu byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1364) and Tai Situ's rival's at Sakya ...

Read more from the biography of Lama Dampa Sonam Gyeltsen


In 1349, when Lodro Gyeltsen was eighteen, Jangchub Gyeltsen (byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1364), the Ponchen (dpon chen), or lord of the Pakmodru Myriarchy, took control of most of U ...

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In 1354 Jangchub Gyeltsen (byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1364), the head of the Pakmodru myriarchy, conquered most of central Tibet, effectively and Sakya control of Tibet ...

Read more from the biography of Tawen Kunga Rinchen


... As the Ming had affirmed Jangchub Gyeltsen’s (byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1364) rule in Tibet in the fourteenth century, and subsequent Pakmodru kings had renewed the title, Shunzhi wished to know whether or not the Dalai Lama was in fact ruler of Tibet ...

Read more from the biography of Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso


There is evidence to suggest that fell afoul with Tai Situ Janchub Gyeltsen (ta'i si tu byang chub rgyal mtshan, 1302-1364) of the Pakmodru (phag mo gru) dynasty that supplanted the Sakya government of Tibet, and he went into exile in Eyul (e'i yul), in Dakpo (dwags po) where he passed away. ...

Read more from the biography of Orgyen Lingpa


... Soon he became enmeshed in the wars between the former Sakya myriarchies which had fallen to Tai Situ Janchub Gyeltsen (ta'i si tu byang chub rgyal mtshan 1302-1364) of the nascent Pakmodru Dynasty ...

Read more from the biography of Tashi Peltsek