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རལ་པ་ཅན། | Glossary of Terms

    རལ་པ་ཅན།

    ral pa can

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Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • ral pa can

A king of Tibet, born circa 806, who reigned from 815 to 838. His formal name was Tritsuk Detsen (khri gtsug lde btsan).

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • ral pa can

The Tibetan king who reigned from 815–38 ᴄᴇ.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • ral pa can

King of Tibet, who reigned 815–838 ᴄᴇ. Also known as Tritsuk Detsen (khri gtug lde btsan).

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • ral pa can

A king of Tibet who reigned from 815 to 838.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • ཁྲི་རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • khri ral pa can

Considered to be the third great Dharma king of Tibet, he was the grandson of Trisong Detsen and reigned from 815 to 838 or 841. His reign saw the expansion of Tibet’s political dominion to its greatest extent, and a significant continuation of the “early period” of imperially sponsored text translation, the end of which is traditionally marked by the end of his reign.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Ralpachen
  • ཁྲི་རལ་པ་ཅན།
  • khri ral pa can

Considered to be the third great Dharma king of Tibet, he was the grandson of Trisong Detsen and reigned from 815 to 838 or 841. His reign saw the expansion of Tibet’s political dominion to its greatest extent, and a significant continuation of the “early period” of imperially sponsored text translation, the end of which is traditionally marked by the end of his reign.