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... He also served as head of a military force organized by the Qing provincial governor in 1849 that sought to oppose the Nyarong leader Gonpo Namgyel (mgon po rnam rgyal). ...

Read more from the biography of Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje


... This conflict erupted due to the militant expansion of the Nyarong warlord Nyake Amgon Gonpo Namgyel (nyag skad a mgon mgon po rnam rgyal, 1799-1865) from the Nyarong (nyag rong) valley in central Kham ...

Read more from the biography of Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye


... Most of the monks were refugees from Yarlung Pemako in Serta, the monastery founded by his previous; the monks apparently had fled Golok during the Nyarong War of Gonpo Namgyel (mgon po rnam rgyal) ...

Read more from the biography of Jigme Tenpai Nyima


... The reasons for going apparently included gathering donations and praying for the defeat of Nyarong Gonpo Namgyel (nyag rong mgon po nam rgyal, d ...

Read more from the biography of Tamdrin Wangmo


... The temple, Chokgyur Lingpa argued, was needed to prevent the onslaught of Gonpo Namgyel (mgon po rnam rgyal), the warlord from Nyarong (nyag rong) who was currently building his armies and expanding his territories ...

Read more from the biography of Chokgyur Lingpa


... During the war Khyentse Wangpo ransomed the safety of Dzongsar, although some buildings were burned by the Nyarong (nyag rong) chieftain Gonpo Namgyel's (mgon po rnam rgyal, 1799-1863) forces ...

Read more from the biography of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo


During the Nyarong War in the 1850s-1860s, Nyake Amgon Gonpo Namgyel (nyag sked a mgon mgon po rnam rgyal, d ...

Read more from the biography of Jigme Puntsok Jungne


... In 1896, however, the Chinese Governor of Sichuan, Lu Chuanlin 鹿傳霖, launched a military attack in Kham in an attempt to gain control of an area called Nyarong (nyag rong), which had been governed by Lhasa since the Lhasa government’s defeat of the regional warlord Gonpo Namgyel (mgon po rnam rgyal, d ...

Read more from the biography of Tubten Gyatso