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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

'Od srung

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Other names / Alternative spellings 

Pho brang 'od srung ? (ms. PT 999 l. 5, PT 131 l. 28 ) 

Khri 'od srung (ms PT 230 l. 7) 

'Od srus ? (ms. PT 840 l. 6


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

sPu rgyal dynasty 


Period of activity 

IXth century 

Fragmentation of the Tibetan Empire


Biographical data 

'Od srung's mother was jo mo bTsan mo 'phan (ms. PT 999 l. 5, see also PT 131 l. 28, 31) 

'Od srung was residing (with his mother ?) in a place called lHa bal dum (PT 131 l. 28) 

'Od srus (i.e. 'Od srung) ruled after [his father, the btsan po 'U 'i dum brtan a.k.a.] Dar ma (ms. PT 840 l. 6


Titles 

btsan po lha sras (ms. PT 131 l. 31) 

lha sras (ms. PT 230 l. 7)


Notes 

For a translation of ms. PT 131 and PT 230 see Richardson 1992 p. 7-10. 


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