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In fact, the same can be said of the Tibetan government-in-exile regarding reasons Tibet is not a part of China. Stambhana. although it is likely that the university followed. See section on “Buddhist Writings,” pp. 179–181. [YRL: DS 734.7 W659h; YRL Ref. I am the jewel of these sheltering walls! V. had a substantial impact in far-away western provinces at the same time or earlier. The copper pagoda-style temple is the centerpiece of an elaborate set of monuments designed to preserve the ancient traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.

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