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The Pakpa Lha line, one of the oldest incarnation lines in the Tibetan Gelug tradition, witnessed the rise of the Dalai Lama institution, the Mongol invasion of Tibet, and currently bears witness to Chinese rule (the current incarnation holds a government position in the Tibetan Autonomous Region).This week’s Treasury of Lives Blog traces the history of the eminently diplomatic Pakpa Lha lineage. Read it here.The Pakpa Lha line, one of the oldest incarnation lines in the Tibetan Gelug tradition, witnessed the rise of the Dalai Lama institution, the Mongol invasion of Tibet, and currently bears witness to Chinese rule (the current incarnation holds a government position in the Tibetan Autonomous Region).This week’s Treasury of Lives Blog traces the history of the eminently diplomatic Pakpa Lha lineage. Read it here.The Pakpa Lha line, one of the oldest incarnation lines in the Tibetan Gelug tradition, witnessed the rise of the Dalai Lama institution, the Mongol invasion of Tibet, and currently bears witness to Chinese rule (the current incarnation holds a government position in the Tibetan Autonomous Region).This week’s Treasury of Lives Blog traces the history of the eminently diplomatic Pakpa Lha lineage. Read it here.The Pakpa Lha line, one of the oldest incarnation lines in the Tibetan Gelug tradition, witnessed the rise of the Dalai Lama institution, the Mongol invasion of Tibet, and currently bears witness to Chinese rule (the current incarnation holds a government position in the Tibetan Autonomous Region).This week’s Treasury of Lives Blog traces the history of the eminently diplomatic Pakpa Lha lineage. Read it here.

The Pakpa Lha line, one of the oldest incarnation lines in the Tibetan Gelug tradition, witnessed the rise of the Dalai Lama institution, the Mongol invasion of Tibet, and currently bears witness to Chinese rule (the current incarnation holds a government position in the Tibetan Autonomous Region).

This week’s Treasury of Lives Blog traces the history of the eminently diplomatic Pakpa Lha lineage. Read it here.



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