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Q'ominal tenure as abbot of 'Bri and serve in the post himself, and since all of the sources state that Rin chen dpal bzan po was born in the female-iran-ox year (1421-1422; see 'Bri-gun chos-rje BOr; Che-tshan 105v: and Dpa'-bo 751), a death date of 1415 is not possible. All of the sources agree that Don grub rgyal po lived- for fifty-eight years (i. a sheep year. · Che-tshan 100r, however, specifies the year of his birth as the female-earth-bird year (1369-1370), which accords perfectly with the fact that Rin chen dpal bzan po was born in 1421, for this would fix his date of death as the year 1427-1428.
It is a name for various Tibetan handwriting forms and is mainly used for government documents and social correspondence. See figure 1. See figure 3 , column XII. Written by Nyangtoe Gashiwa Sonam Pal jar Tsering in 1810. A kind of U-mey style, also called Drutsa ('bru tsa). 10 See figures 6 (E) and 7. This was just fabricated later by some glib people out of their own mind. 'This is proved by the fact that earlier historians like the Great GOIO " etc. mentioned nothing about it . " (blon po thon mis bod yig gsar bzo mdzad pa'i tse, lantsa la bstun nas dbu can dang, bstun te dbu med bzos so bya ba kha bde 'di, wartu la phyis _kyi 'ga' zhig gis rang dgar blo bzo byas pa tzam yin gyi.