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<p>The article's intent is to draw attention to historical scholarship done in Bhutan by Bla-ma gSaṅ-sṅags. The scholarship being done attempts to reveal the origin and development of all the noble families of Bhutan which descend from a certain thirteenth-century Tibetan lama. (Mark Premo-Hopkins (2004-04-06)</p>

<p>The article looks at a concentration of Tibetan refugees between Burma and Bhutan. While an amount of scholarhip has been focused on groups in the western and central Himalayas, refugee movement to the southeast has not been as closely studied. The largest of these south-eastern refugee pockets is sometimes known as the Monyul Corridor. (Mark-Premo-Hopkins 2004-04-08)</p>

<p>The article reports on the University of California expedition to Kutang and Nubri in northern Nepal in autumn 1973. The expedition's primary aim was the microfilming of Tibetan Buddhist texts. Along with the microfilming and preservation of Tibetan texts, the expedition also describes the traveling route whish is a common Himalayan pilgrimage. The article discusses the clans of Nubri. It includes a map and 7 leaves of plates. (Rajeev Ranjan Singh 2007-01-05)</p>

<p>Article looks at Bhutan's early history to discuss how and why Buddhism has survived and flourished to the extent that Buddhism is recognized as the state religion of Bhutan. (Mark Premo-Hopkins 2004-01-15)</p>

This volume includes the proceedings from the International Seminar on Tibetan Studies, 1979, St. John's College. (Mark Premo-Hopkins 2004-04-12)