The aristocratic families in Tibetan history, 1900-1951
五洲传播出版社, 2006 - 272 pages
The Aristocratic Families in Tibetan HistoryThis book was written by an expert of Tibetan studies, introducing the life of Tibetan aristocratic families in old Tibet between 1900 and 1951. It is written in easy words with scores of precious historical photos, providing important data for the research into social systems in old Tibet.
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Group Image of the Aristocracy in
The Dominant Yabgzhis Families 12
The sDedpon Families of Noble Descent 125
Authority Arising from Midrag Families
General Aristocratic Families
The Solid Wall of Family 122
13th Dalai Lama 5th Dalai Aristocracy and Government aristocratic families aristocratic society baby became brother Buddhist ceremony Chamdzo Changngopa child daughter Dazang Dradul Drepung Drepung Monastery economic Emperor family members family's father Galoin Ganden Ganden monasteries Gaxag Gelugpa Government in Tibet guests Gyatso Gzheska hada History of Tibet honor Jokhang Kelzang Gyatso Kyibuk family lady Lama's Lhalu family Lhalu Tsewang Dorje Lhasa Lozang Lungshar marriage married Meme Mi-drag Monastery mother Namgyel noble families noble society Norbulingka Paljor Panchen parents Phalha family Phuntsogg political polyandry Potala Palace Qing Dynasty rank religious Rtsepon sDe-dpon Sera Monastery servants Shakabpa Shatra family Sonam Songtsen Gampo Surkhang Survey notes Taktra Thangme Thonpa Thub-bstn Dbng-ldn Tibetan aristocrats Tibetan history Tibetan language Tibetan local government Tibetan society Trimon family Trisong Detsen Tsarong family Tsenpo Tsering Tseten tutorial school Wangchen Wangchuk Gyalpo Wangdu wedding wife writes Yab-gzhis family Yangdzom young zanba