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In 1705, Lhazang Khan (1697-1717), the last Khoshut Mongol ruler in Lhasa, had deposed the Sixth Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Gyatso (tA la'i boa ma 06 tshangs dbyangs rgya mtsho, 1683-1706/1746) and had the regent, Desi Sanggye Gyatso (sangs ryas rgya mtsho, 1653-1705) murdered ...

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The previous year, in 1701, a conflict broke out between Desi Sanggye Gyatso (sde srid sangs rgyas rgya mtsho, 1653-1705), the Regent of Tibet following the passing of the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682) and Lhazang Khan, a king of the Khoshut Mongols ...

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When the Dzungar Mongols invaded Tibet in 1717, Lhazhang Khan (lha bzang han, d.1717), the Qoshot Mongol ruler and grandson of Gushri Khan (P5578 1582-1655), was killed in Lhasa ...

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Lelung maintained a close patron-priest relationships (mchod yon) with every major central Tibetan ruler in the first half of the eighteenth century, including Lhazang Khan (lha bzang khan, d ...

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... In 1703, Lhazang Khan (lha bzang khang, d.1717) murdered his brother Vangjal and became ruler of the Qoshud Mongols ...

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In his first year of office he welcomed the young Seventh Dalai Lama, Kelzang Gyatso (skal bzang rgya mtsho, 1708-1757), who was being taken from his birthplace in Litang (li thang) to escape assassination attempts by Lhazang Khan (P420 1697-1717), who was ruling central Tibet ...

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