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Academic scholarship may not generally lend itself to moving or inspirational writing, but there are exceptions. Edward Gibbon’s, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, is probably the greatest work of history written...
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Dralha  

Location: usa
Subject: To Rangzen108
Apr 01 2012 06:34 AM

Some one who does not know Tibetan history well but act like know well enough. So no need regard this author's writings.
Otherwise, there are two Shakabpa's books which are called Tholcha and Meycha of Tibetan history. Both of them is regarded by TCA as live history of Tibet, and most of Tibetans read and research on them. If you want to look in these books, you can buy them from any Tibetan library in India. There are plenty of these books in the library, especially Dharamsala area.
khenpo  

Location: india
Subject: comment
Feb 01 2012 11:44 PM

as always, an insightful and interesting reading.
Bö59  

Location: France
Subject: Hope your curiosity brings a true blood of Tibet
Jan 05 2012 12:21 AM

tseringc la, if you are serious to have info on Tibetan General in the court of Kublai Khan 1260 AC. This is in Tibetan language. (Bo-kyi shay-rig shib-jug chay-tsom dam-drig) Mi-rig pay-trun khang ISBN 7-105-00843-1/C . 5 by Rinchen Tashi. Otherwise in the Sakya Linage page 123.
ThanglopSsurpa  

Location: Ari
Subject: Free speech
Dec 31 2011 11:11 PM

Dear Patuk la, I have no less respect then you to HH. But I must say everybody has the right of free speech. So JN la as an intellectual in our community has the right to point out the mistakes HH is making. We must not forget that nobody is important than a Nation and a race.And nobody is above the law.Sometime I feel too much influence of religion makes us very submissive.
Patuk  

Location: Inida
Subject: Great
Dec 30 2011 02:46 AM


Jamyang la,

You are great and I respect your generosity of sharing great knowledge to all readers.

I like you for your true sense of struggle for reviving Tibetan wisdom and free Tibet. I dislike you when sometimes you make unnecessary comments to His Holiness. Because His Holiness is our parents, teacher, saviour and sources of all pride
tseringc  

Location: Toronto
Subject: great article and interesting response!
Dec 21 2011 06:17 AM

I was just curious as to the comment made by bo59
I found the tid-bits of the information about the tibetan general in kubhlai khan's court interesting. i've never come across it before. Where can i read about it?
Bö59  

Location: France
Subject: What about our own History?
Dec 13 2011 04:01 AM

Jamnor la I understand your subject. It seems to me that you are suffering of not recognizing. These subjects are very small matters compare to the mystic invention of 5th Dalai Lama in the name of Drepung Power followed by those who we call them noble families. Whether it is of faith or profiteers. Since our history is transform in the aim of Buddha. Even the World image for Tibet is Land of Gods and we are obliged to be their servant. As it was introduce by Gandarva refugee Pema Samvawa a Buddhist theologian. How many of our children are victim of power? First we need to correct our own history. Do you think Odumtsen-po has horns? How Lhalung Paldor manage to save his life? Why Tibetan military were forget when they are on duty protecting the border against China in 12 century? They are now known as Kha malog and one of them became general at the court of Kublai Khan called Singgyay. He who led the Mongols to unified Tibet and then Sakya Pandita transform his name in Sangga (Buddhist teams for community) this is one of the examples. I prefer not to discuss more due to of our situation, which is only my suffering.
Tibet4U  

Location: U.K.
Subject: Review of Shagabpa's book
Dec 09 2011 10:37 PM

Thank you very much, Jamyang-la, for the review of Tsipon Shagabpa's book, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND MOONS - AN ADVANCED POLITICAL HISTORY OF TIBET.

When I was a just young boy at the Simla Tibetan School, I heard one of Mr. Shagabpa's engrossing lectures. Now that I am a grown man, I realize how important it is to know our true past history and fight vigorously for our country's independence. The honorable Mr. Shagabpa has really instilled in people like me a strong desire to regain our independence.



rangzen108  

Location: UK
Subject: author?
Dec 08 2011 12:55 AM

Can you please let us know who the author of this article is.
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