Giving glimpses of the Tibetan imperial period, this concise text encapsulates historical highlights of the kings—Muné Tsenpo and Mutik Tsenpo. Sons of Tri Songdetsun, the period and accounts of these two rulers are nothing but muddled, and the historical veracity ought to be taken with a grain of salt.
Draksö Puntsok Wangdu
Drigung Könchok Tenzin Chökyi Lodrö
The Ruby Garland is a genealogy of the Tibetan clans Barchung and Ju, descended from Genghis Khan. It might be the only Tibetan historical document that holds a clear account of Buddhism's existence in Mongolia during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644). Parallel historical narratives can be found in the official historical records of the Ming Dynasty, the Ming Shi (明史).
Gyurme Pema Chögyal
These letters were purchased and are now conserved in a private collection in France. The means of the initial acquisition is unknown. The recipient(s) of the letters are currently unidentified, and their connection with the Thirteenth Dalai Lama is undetermined. We are happy to receive any information concerning these letters.