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Monday, 25 September 2017

Bo de mi dra

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Other names / Alternative spellings 

Bodhimitra (reconstructed name)


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

rGya gar (Indian) ? 

mkhan po


Period of activity 

IXth century ? 

Reign of Khri lDe srong brtsan


Biographical data 

Bo de mi dra was [an Indian mkhan po (?) and] a contemporary of Shi len dra po de (ms. PT 45 l. 14v3). 


Titles 


Notes 

According to the chronicle attributed to Ne'u Pandita, "Bo dhi mi tra" was among the Indian scholars invited to Tibet in the time of Khri lDe srong brtsan (see Ne'u Pandita 2010 ed. p. 23).


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