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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Dri gum btsan po

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Other names / Alternative spellings

btsan po Dri gum (ms. PT 1287 l. 17, 19) 


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

sPu rgyal dynasty


Period of activity

Mythical times


Biographical data

Dri gum btsan po was Khri spe btsan po's son and heir (ms. PT 1286 l. 48). 

The father [Khri spe btsan po] went to the sky when the son [Dri gum btsan po] was old enough to ride a horse (ms. PT 1286 l. 47). 

Dri gum btsan po received his inappropriate name from his old deaf nurse Gro zha ma skyi rling ma (ms. PT 1278 l. 1-6). 

Dri gum btsan po defied his vassals in fights, nobody dared to confront him (ms. PT 1287 l. 8-10).

Lo ngam eventually accepted the challenge, he asked and obtained Dri gum btsan po's weapons (ms. PT 1287 l. 10-12). 

Dri gum btsan po was defeated and killed in Myang ro by Lo ngam after the neutralization of his protective deity lDe bla gung rgyal (PT 1287 l. 13-19).

Dri gum btsan po's corpse was placed in a hundred copper [vessels] and thrown into the rTsang river (ms. PT 1287 l. 19-20). 

Dri gum btsan po's corpse was kept by the [female water spirit] klu 'O de ring mo (PT. 1287 l. 20). 

Dri gum btsan po had two sons : Sha khyi and Nya khyi (ms. PT 1287 l. 21, rKong po inscr. l. 5). 

He was the father of sPu lde gung rgyal [alias Sha khyi] (ms. PT 1286 l. 48). 


Titles

btsan po (ms. PT 1287, l. 13, 37)


Notes

According to Ne'u Pandita, Khri gum btsan po's successor was 'O ste spu rgyal (Ne'u Pandita sNgon gi gtam me tog 'phreng ba zhes bya ba, p. 5).



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