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Situating Sufism and Yoga

See Muhammad ibn Khatir al-Din ibn Khwaja al-Attar [Muhammad Ghawth], al-Jawahir al-Khams, Arabic trans, from Persian by Sibghat Allah, ed. Ahmad ibn al ...

Iraq: Tribal Structure, Social, and Political Activities

Khams consist of all male children who share the same great-great grandfather. Of all the levels of tribal organization, the Khams remains the most vital.

Light on the Human Body - RET - copie - edited

/khams gsum kha 'khor rgyu drug lus blang zhing / khams gsum kha 'khor rgyu drug lus blangs shing / gnas khams gsum rigs drug gi lus blangs pa'o/

Liu Manqing: A Sino-Tibetan Adventurer and the Origin of a New ...

a Khams pa on her mother’s side, and in all likelihood this was important for her integration into the Nanjing Khams pa community.19 As a matter of fact, many Tibetans ...

Iraqi Ethnic, Tribal, and Religious Groups

into extended families (khams) The clan and tribal system is segmentary Most Iraqis identify strongly with their tribe such that they are more loyal to it than the national ...

Buddhism Beyond the Monastery: Tantric Practices and their ...

Eastern Tibet,” also addresses questions of celibacy in Khams, though this article (along with the rest of the articles in this book) focuses on

gzer myig a book of the Tibetan Bonpos

ma chung dang / khams gsum stongs par vdrend + pavi bon cig bdag la bstand te gsol / de skad ces gsol to / de la mu brgyud kyis bka stal pa / gto rabs srid pavi bu / gto ...

Khampa, Eastern

Other Names: Kham, Khams, Khams-Yal, Khams-Bhotia, Kam, Khamba, Kang, Konka, Konkaling Population Source: 956,700 (1987 LAC); Out of a total Tibetan population

Witness to War Crimes: Evidence from Misrata, Libya

1 an nuqĀt al khams 2 az zĀwiyah (azzĀwiya) 3 al jifarah 4 tarĀbulus (tripoli) 5 al marqab 6 benghazi 7 al marj 8 al jabal al akhdar 9 darnah

The Making of a Bhutanese Buddha: Preliminary Remarks on the ...

Gyatso (Thub bstan rgya mtsho) was warding off British interests in Central Tibet. To the east in Amdo and Kham (Mdo khams) the Chinese were attempting to consolidate