The Treasury of Lives

Sonam Dorje received an MA in Tibetan Language and Literature from Qinghai Nationalities University in 2012. Based in Amdo, he is currently involved in a Tibetan oral history project as well as film translation.

Catherine Tsuji received an MA in Religious Studies at University of California Santa Barbara. She is currently an editor at the Treasury of Lives.

Published January 2016

Bibliography

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Deitle, Benjamin. 2013. "Makzor Gonpo and the Chone Kangyur." In Schaeffer, Kurtis R., Matthew Kapstein, and Gray Tuttle,Sources of Tibetan Tradition, pp. 596-600. New York: Columbia University Press.

Dkon mchog 'jigs med dbang po. 1971. Co je'i bstan 'gyur gyi dkar chag yid bzhin nor bu'i phreng ba. In Dkon mchog 'jigs med dbang po'i gsung 'bum, v. 5, pp. 1-528. New Delhi: Ngawang Gelek Demo, pp. 394-468. TBRC W1KG9560.

Dkon mchog bstan pa rab rgyas. 1982. Mdo smad chos 'byung. Lan kru'u: kan su'u mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, pp. 662-663. TBRC W28064.

Gonpo Wanggyel. 1997. Co je sa skyong gi lo rgyus klu chu sngon mo'i gyer dbyangs. Lan kru'u: Kan su'u mi rigs dpe skrun khang, pp. 40-43. TBRC W19834.

Manheit, Susan. 2009. "Notes on the Cone Bka' 'gyur and Bstan 'gyur in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C." Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, Issue 5.

Pu Wencheng蒲文成. 1990.Gan-Qing Zangchuan Fojiao siyuan [Gansu and Qinghai Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries].Xining 西宁: Qinghai minzu chubanshe 青海民族出版社 [Qinghai Nationalities Press], pp. 530-1.

Rock, Joseph F. 1928. "Life Among the Lamas of Choni," National Geographic Magazine, vol. LIV, November, pp. 569.

Tuttle, Grey. "The Kingdom of Choné." THL Place Library. University of Virginia, 3 July 2011. Web. Accessed May 12, 2015. http://places.thlib.org/features/24353/descriptions/81

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