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Reason Analysis of the Rulers of the Yuan Dynasty Believing in Tibetan Buddhism and Relying Heavily on the Sakyapa Sect

Li Wen-ping;Zhang Fu-xin;School of Humanities, Tibet University;School of Economics and Management,Tarim University;  
The rulers the Yuan dynasty converted to Tibetan Buddhism and relied heavily on the Sakyapa sect tomanage local affairs in Tibet, which became one of their management and governance policies in Tibet. An analy-sis has been done on the reasons of why the Yuan's rulers executed the policy by referring to a large number ofhistorical facts, and it is found that the rebellions of other Mongolian tribes in Central Asia and the close relation-ship between the Sakyapa and Mongolian royalty were the main reasons why the Yuan rulers adopted this policy.
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