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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Glo rje rMang kug

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Other names / Alternative spellings 

Glo rje rMang kug (ms. PT 1040 l. 127, 135) 

rMang khug (ms. PT 1060 l. 53) 

Mang ku (PT 1287 l. 441) 


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

rgyal pran


Period of activity 

VIIth century ? 

Reign of Srong brtsan sgam po


Biographical data 

rMang kug was the lord (rje) of Glo (= Glo bo, ms.PT 1040 l. 127, 135).

rMang kug was residing in the sPu fortress of sPu drung (? spu drung gi spu mkhar ms. PT 1040 l. 126-127). 

In Rat yeat [652] Glo bo was subjugated or summoned (bkug) by the blon che (great minister) mGar sTong rtsan yul zung (ms. PT 1288 l. 21). 


Titles 

rje (ms. PT 1040 l. 127, 135) 


Notes

Glo bo is a name used in classical Tibetan for the kingdom of Mustang (in modern Nepal, www.tbrc.org).


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