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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

'U 'i dum brtan

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Other names / Alternative spellings 

'Wu'i dun brtan (ms. PT 134 l. 1, 6, 11, 21, 24 ,26, 28, 32, 34, 38, 40-42, 44, 49) 

rGyal po U rum dpal ? (ms. PT 83 l. 8.11)

Dar ma (ms. PT 840 l. 3.6)


Social groups (status, family, lineage...) 

sPu rgyal dynasty 


Period of activity

IXth century 


Biographical data 

'U 'i dum brtan's father was lDe srong brtsan (ms. PT 1286 l. 68-69). 

'U 'i dum brtan's mother was 'Bro za (lady) lHa rgyal Mang mo rje (ms. PT 1286 l. 68-69). 

'U 'i dum brtan's brother was Khri gTsug lde brtsan (ms. PT 1286 l. 68-69). 

'U 'i dum brtan reigned after Khri gTsug lde brtsan (ms. PT 1286 l. 69). 

'U'i dum brtan is the last btsan po recorded by ms. PT 1286 

Ms. PT 134 contains a Buddhist prayer addressed to the btsan po 'Wu'i dun brtan (see Scherrer-Schaub 1999).

Dar ma ['U 'i dum brtan] ruled before 'Od srus (i.e. 'Od srung, ms. PT 840 l. 3.5-3.6)


Titles 

btsan po lha sras (PT 134 l. 1) 

btsan po (ms. PT 134 l. 6, 11, 21, 24, 26, 28, 32, 34, 38, 40-42, 44, 49) 

lha sras (ms. PT 840 l. 3.5)


Notes 

'U'i dum brtan's blon chen (Great Minister) was dBa's rGyal to re stag snya 

According to later Tibetan historians, 'U 'i dum brtan was murdered by lHa lung dPal gyi rdo rje (see among others : Nyang Nyi ma 'od zer (XIIth c.) 2010 ed., p. 405-407, Ne'u pandita (XIIIth c.) 2005 ed. p. 31, mKhas pa lde'u (XIIIth c.) 2010 ed. p. 348...).

According to later Tibetan historians, 'U 'i dum brtan Glang dar ma had two queens. After his murder, each of them produced an heir ('Od srung and Yum brtan) and the empire was divided. The queens name were :  



Yum brtan's mother 'Od srung's mother

Old Tibetan ms. :
X jo mo bTsan mo 'phan

Nyang Nyi ma 'od zer
(2010 ed p. 413) :
btsun mo 'Bal phan bza' ma Tshes spong bza'

mKhas pa lDe'u
(2010ed. p. 349) :
'Phan bza' 'phan rgyal g.Yor mo btsan mo 'phan

lDe'u jo sras (1987ed. p. 141) :
'Ban bza' 'phan rgyal Tshe spong bza' g.Yor mo yum chen btsan mo 'phan

Blo gros thogs med (2010ed p. 297) :
'Ban za 'phan rgyal 'Brong za lha rgyan

dPa' bo gtsug lag
(2003ed p. 430) :
chen ma sNa nam bza' btsun mo chun ma Tshe spong bza' btsan mo 'phan


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