(20) om a chos kyi rgyal po zbal snga
na la na mo om a bdag bsod rgyal gnang la na mo.
The relevant Sanskrit text is missing, but neither of these translations make sense, at least as far as the Tibetan text is concerned, because immediately thereafter the text says de na snga
nas gnas pa gzhan dag gis de de' i nang has bskrad de "others who had been living there before might drive her out from there." If the house were empty and nobody living there, who were these others who had been living there before the pregnant woman arrived?
Similarly, it will work in three fields of action in the framework of the PNA and SNGA
are: 1) institutional strengthening; 2) The strategic management of natural resources and 3) Sustainable rural economic development, so that the decentralized public authorities are capable of leading oriented towards sustainable and inclusive development processes; based on the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources, biodiversity and ecosystem services, it will only be possible if it can improve the situation of poverty and the development of economic alternatives.
Lcang-skya Rol-pa'i rdo-rje (written in (1758-1759) Rgyal ba' i dbang po thams cad mkhyen gzigs rdo rje 'chang blo bzang skal bzang rgya mtsho dpal bzang po'i zhal snga
nas kyi rnam par thar pa mdo tsam brjod pa dpag bsam rin po che'i snye ma, 'Bras spung redaction.
(9.) sde pa; corrected to snga
ba by a different hand
Tibetologist Les ce hreng's Bod ljongs snga
dus kyi mchad sa dang dus rabs brgyadpa nas dgu ba'i dbar gyi bod ljongs kyi rgyan cha'i lag rtsal ("Ancient Graves in Tibet and Tibetan Art of Ornament Making between the 8th to 9th Centuries") and many other research papers on the theme of brass vessels and bells, and stone pillars belonging to the period of the Purgyal dynasty--that is, before the 9th century--are valuable documental sources for the study of Tibetan history and religion of the period.
I (New Delhi: The Tibet House, 1981, 230)!-and 'o brgyal che in Gungthang Dkon-mchog bstan-pa'i sgron-me's (1762-1823) biography of Dkon-mchog 'jigs-med dbang-po (1728-91) of 1799, Dus gsum rgyal ba'i spyi gzugs rje btsun dkon mchog 'jigs med dbang po'i zhal snga
nars kyi rnam par thar pa rgyal sras rgya mtsho'i jug ngogs, The Collected Works of Dkon-mchog 'jigs-med dbang-po, vol.
* objects of cognition as such (shes bya tsam)--ascribed to "some (masters) of the old days" (snga
rabs pa 'ga' zhig) by Rong ston Shes bya kun rig (1357-1449), and to Pa tshab Nyi ma grags (*1055) by Go ram pa to; Tsong kha pa
Gangs ljongs rgyal bstan yongs rdzogs kyi phyi mo snga
'gyur rnying ma'i lugs kyi lta sgom spyod gsum gyi rnam gzhag mdo tsam brjod pa tshes pa'i zla b zhes bya ba, in Gangs can rig brgya'i sgo 'byed lde mig ces bya ba Series, Vol.12.
Two prior phases go back to bstan pa snga
dar--associated with Bai ro tsa na, in particular, during the reign of Khri srong lde btsan (Bai ro tsa na'i rnam thar 'dra 'bag chen mo p.
(34) He also spent considerable time at Lhas ltag Monastery, where he studied under Spyan snga
chos dpal bzang po (b.
1814) Bod du byung ba'i gsang sngags snga
'gyur gyi bstan 'dzin skyes mchog rim byon gyi rnam thar [nor bu'i do shal], 186 fols.