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The founding of Drepung followed in 1416, and of Sera in 1419, the year of Tsong Khapa's death when his body was embalmed and placed inside a chörten(tomb stupa) at Ganden. BQ 130 N34] Doctrinal terms only; no proper nouns. The two, along with some of Marpa's disciples went back with a quantity of chang to greet Lama Ngogpa's party. Indo Bukkyō koyū meishi jiten 印度佛教固有名詞辞典 [Dictionary of Indian Buddhist proper nouns]. The building of the Sam-ye academy (gtsug-lag- k'an) swallowed up the wealth of the king.

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