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... For the wedding Jamgon Kongtrul ('jam mgon kong sprul, 1813–1899) composed a treatise on marriage, entitled A Lecture on Planting the Silken Arrow on the Occasion of the Arrival in the Kham Kingdom of Derge the Daughter of the Tibetan Minister Dokhar.[3] According to Hartley's sources, soon after the wedding the Derge chieftains rebelled against their king and beat the king's father-in-law, presumably Dokharwa, who could have accompanied his daughter to Derge.[4] Because the beaten man is not named in the source, however, and Dokharwa is not otherwise recorded as being in the region, there is reason to question whether this was in fact Tsewang Norbu, as the incident is nowhere else recorded ...

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... His birth was recorded by Jamgon Kongtrul ('jam mgon kong sprul, 1813–1899) in his diary, where Kongtrul wrote that he went to Derge to participate in the blessing ceremonies of the recently born prince, and also that he had been tasked with drawing an astrological chart for the infant.[2] ...

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