The Holy Land Reborn: Pilgrimage and the Tibetan Reinvention of Buddhist India

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BDTTKhetsun Sangpo (= mKhas btsun bZang po, b. twentieth century). 1981 Biographical Dictionary of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism, vol. 8: The bKa'-brgyud-pa Tradition (pt. 2). Dharamsala, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives.
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