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ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན། | Glossary of Terms

    ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན།

    khri srong lde btsan

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Considered to be the second great Dharma king of Tibet, he is thought to have been born in 742, and to have reigned from 754 until his death in 797 or 799. It was during his reign that the “early period” of imperially sponsored text translation gathered momentum, as the Buddhist teachings gained widespread acceptance in Tibet, and under whose auspices the first Buddhist monastery was established.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde btsan

King of Tibet who reigned circa 742/55–798/804 ᴄᴇ.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde btsan

King of Tibet (r. 742–98 ᴄᴇ) under whose auspices the first Buddhist monastery was established and a decades-long program of the translation of Buddhist texts commenced.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde btsan

King of Tibet. Reigned circa 742/55–798/804 ᴄᴇ.

Translation by James B. Apple Ph.D.
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde btsan
Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེའུ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde’u btsan

Considered to be the second great Dharma king of Tibet, he is thought to have been born in 742, and to have reigned from 754 until his death in 797 or 799. It was during his reign that the “early period” of imperially sponsored text translation gathered momentum, as the Buddhist teachings gained widespread acceptance in Tibet.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Trisong Detsen
  • ཁྲི་སྲོང་ལྡེའུ་བཙན།
  • khri srong lde’u btsan

Considered to be the second great Dharma king of Tibet, he is thought to have been born in 742, and to have reigned from 754 until his death in 797 or 799. It was during his reign that the “early period” of imperially sponsored text translation gathered momentum, as the Buddhist teachings gained widespread acceptance in Tibet.