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Remarks on the Dissemination and Dispute of the Various Sects of Tibetan Buddhism in Ngari Prefecture in Guge Period

HUANG Bo(Chinese Tibetan Research Institute,Sichuan University,Chengdu,Sichuan 610064,China)  
Buddhism started to spread from upper Ngari prefecture relied on Guge royal families in the beginning period of the bstan-pa-phyi-dar,the Ngari prefecture was at the top in the whole of Tibet for a time.At the same time,the beginning period of the bstan-pa-phyi-dar also had been a much more energetic period in the history of Tibetan Buddhism.The various sects of Tibetan Buddhism had appeared one after another unusually with high lights.The dbus-gtsangs area had caught up in the process,the various sects had established in succession in the dbus-gtsangs area.The various sects were spread among the whole Ngari prefecture.The most striking accomplishment among these sects was the vbri-gung-pa,which had the support of Guge,Pu-hrang and Ladakh's local authority in western Tibet and became the leading sect of the Ngari prefecture.In the early fifteenth century,the Gelug sect had risen in the dbus-gtsangs area and rapidly spread to the Ngari prefecture.The brgyud-pa was vigorously supported by the Guge local authority and became the leading sect in Guge.On the other hand,the Ladakh regime in turn became the believer of vbrug-pa.Both sides had different opinions about religious sects.The conflicts between brgyud-pa and Gelug increased day by day,up until the time of the collapse of Guge regime.
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