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... With incredible skill Ravjaa embellished performances with other symbolic vignettes, such as the assassination of Langdarma (glang dar ma, r ...

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... 842), the son of king Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r ...

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... Yeshe O's bloodline can be traced back to the Yarlung Kings of central Tibet via the lineage of O Sung ('od srung), one of the sons of the last emperor Lang Darma (glang dar ma) ...

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... 842), the son of king Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r ...

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... 842), the son of king Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r ...

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... The family claims descent from the Pugyel (spu rgyal) emperors of Yarlung (yar klung) through King Namde Osung (gnam lde 'od srungs, b.842), the son of King Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r.836-842), also known as Langdarma. ...

Read more from the biography of Lhagyari Tri Songwanggyel


... 842), the son of king Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r ...

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... The family claims descent from the Pugyel (spu rgyal) emperors of Yarlung (yar klung) through King Namde Osung (gnam lde 'od srungs, b.842), the son of King Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r.836-842), also known as Langdarma. ...

Read more from the biography of Lhagyari Zilnon Wangchuk


... This epithet is drawn from tenth century Tibetan history when the first Three Great Scholars brought the Dharma to Eastern Tibet due to Langdarma's persecution of Buddhism in central Tibet ...

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... 842), the son of King Tri Udumtsen (ur dum btsan, r ...

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... This ensured Lobzang Gyatso's authority was maintained over the widest unified Tibetan Kingdom established since the time of King Tri Udumtsen (khri ur dum btsan, r.836-842), also known as Langdarma, in the ninth century ...

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... 842), the son of King Tri Udumtsen (ur dum btsan, r ...

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Pelgyi Dorje is famous for assassinating King Tri Udumtsen (khri u dum brtsan), better known as Langdarma (glang dar ma, r ...

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Some sources record that Rinchen Chok was murdered in retaliation for the assassination of Langdarma (glang dar ma), but most have it that he lived out his life in retreat, making his way to Kham where he transmitted the Mahāyoga teachings to Rinchen Zhonnu (rin chen gzhon nu) and Kyere Chokyong (kye re mchog skyong), whose students, Darje Pelgyi Drakpa (dar rje dpal gyi grags pa) and Zhang Gyelwai Yonten (zhang rgyal ba'i yon tan), were teachers of Nubchen Sanggye Yeshe (gnubs chen sangs rgyas ye shes, c.832-c.662) ...

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... In his birth valley, below Drak Yangdzong, Nubchen established a hermitage for himself and his followers, but his practice was interrupted by the end of Imperial support for Buddhism during the reign of Langdarma (glang dar ma) in the mid-ninth century ...

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Some sources record that Tingngedzin was executed during the reign of King Langdarma (glang dar ma) but most agree that he died in his fifty-fifth year, his body dissolving into rainbow light in the Drak Lhalu (brag lha klu) cave on Chakpori Hill, just across from the Potala ...

Read more from the biography of Nyang Tingdzin Zangpo