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History of Religions of Eastern Origins

Labrang (Monastery)

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Labrang Monastery's Jamyang Zhepa Invokes Protective Deities, Paul Nietupski Dec 2012

Labrang Monastery's Jamyang Zhepa Invokes Protective Deities, Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

No abstract provided.


Understanding Religion And Politics In A Mdo: The Sde Khri Estate At Blabrang Monastery, Paul Nietupski Dec 2012

Understanding Religion And Politics In A Mdo: The Sde Khri Estate At Blabrang Monastery, Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

No abstract provided.


Labrang: A Tibetan Buddhist Monastery At The Crossroads Of Four Civilizations", Paul Nietupski Dec 2012

Labrang: A Tibetan Buddhist Monastery At The Crossroads Of Four Civilizations", Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

No abstract provided.


Labrang Monastery : A Tibetan Buddhist Community On The Inner Asian Borderlands, 1709-1958, Paul Nietupski Dec 2010

Labrang Monastery : A Tibetan Buddhist Community On The Inner Asian Borderlands, 1709-1958, Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

The Labrang Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Amdo and its extended support community are one of the largest and most famous in Tibetan history. This crucially important and little-studied community is on the northeast corner of the Tibetan Plateau in modern Gansu Province, in close proximity to Chinese, Mongol, and Muslim communities. It is Tibetan but located in China.


The "Reverend Chinese" (Rgya-Nag-Pa Tshang) At Labring Monastery, Paul Nietupski Dec 2008

The "Reverend Chinese" (Rgya-Nag-Pa Tshang) At Labring Monastery, Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

No abstract provided.


Labrang : A Tibetan Buddhist Monastery At The Crossroads Of Four Civilizations, Paul Nietupski Dec 1998

Labrang : A Tibetan Buddhist Monastery At The Crossroads Of Four Civilizations, Paul Nietupski

Paul K Nietupski

Paul Nietupski draws on the photographs and memoirs of Marion and Blance Griebenow, Christian missionaries resident for nearly twenty-seven years, as well as the memoirs of Apa Alo, a prominent leader, to detail Labrang's unique and colorful border culture.