King of Dharma: The Illustrated Life of Je Tsongkapa,

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And so it was -- all of them pointed that he had a very good death. The result was new prestige for the Gelug sect, and later, the recognition of Altan Khan's son as the Fourth Dalai Lama. Dunhuang and Khotan, both frequented by Tibetans during the eighth and ninth centuries. Alter the lapse of one year from death it is usual to give a feast in honour of the deceased and to have repeated the service of the medical Buddhas.

Pages: 472

Publisher: Diamond Cutter, Csi (September 7, 2016)

ISBN: 1937114015

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