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The Reincarnation System for The Dalai Lama

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Author: Chen Qingying;
Language: English
Page: 240
Publication Date: 08/2014
ISBN: 9787508526416
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 
What Is the Reincarnation of kiving Buddhas 
Chapter 2 
The Gelug Sect Adopts the Living Buddha Reincarnation Sys
Chapter 3 
The Dalai Lama in the Early Days 
Chapter 4 
The Development of the Dalai Lama Reincarnation System 
Chapter 5 
The Confirmation of the 5th Dalai Lama 
Chapter 6 
Conflicts on the Confirmation of the 6th Dalai Lama 
Chapter 7 
The Search and Confirmation of the 8th Dalai Lama 
Chapter 8 
Introduction of the System of Drawing a Lot from the Golden Urn to 
Determine the Soul Boys of Late Living Buddhas 
Chapter 9 
The Confirmation of the 9th Dalai Lama 
chapter 10 
The Search and Confirmation of the 10th Dalai Lama 
Chapter 11 
The Confirmation of the 11th and 12th Dalai Lamas 
Chapter 12 
The Confirmation of the 13th Dalai Lama 
Chapter 13 
The Search and Confirmation of the 14th Dalai Lama 
Postscript
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After the ceremony, the Gelug Sect finally achieved tranquility and stability after 10 years of turmoil, with the support of Tumet tribe. The Ming Dynasty was in a precarious situation at that time. Manchuria was on the upsurge led by Norhachi and his son Huantaichi, who founded the Later Jin, Lingdan Khan from the Mongol Chahar won over Tumet, but was defeated by the Later Jin. In 1632, Qoitu Khan from Korgas was expelled during a convulsion at Korgas, and headed southward to Qinghai, where he conquered the Tumet tribe. Qoitu Khan favored the Garma Gagyu Sect religiously. It was recorded that Qoitu Khan was a disciple of Han Taoism, and when he first arrived in Qinghai, he invited many eminent monks of the Gelug Sect, thus demonstrating his friendliness. Influenced by his political ally, Lingdan Khan from the Chabar tribe, he adopted a hostile attitude toward Gelug Sect, imprisoned and killed its monks in Qinghai. Meanwhile, Baili Headman Toinyu Dorje from the Kham area occupied Dege and some other places in the Kham area. He was a disciple of the Bon religion whoopposed Buddhism and attacked the monasteries of the Sagya sect,Gelug Sect and Nyingma Sect, arresting and imprisoning monks.With the instigation of the Living Buddhas of the Red-Hat Systemof the Garma Gagyu Sect, an alliance comprising Disi Tsangba,Qoitu Khan and the Baili Headman was set up, aiming to smash the power of the Gelug Sect. Furthermore, Qoitu Khan associated with Lingdan Khan, who showed an inclination towards the Gelug Sect at first but later converted to the Garma Gagyu Sect, to form a more powerful political and military alliance to dominate Qinghai and Tibet. In 1634, Lingdan Khan led his army to Qinghai, but Dachaotan died of disease on the way, and Qoitu Khan's purpose of joining forces with Lingdan Khan failed.
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