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Thus, it seems scholars agree it was not during the time of Ralpachen but Senalek who wrote the preface.
 
Thus, it seems scholars agree it was not during the time of Ralpachen but Senalek who wrote the preface.
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:Yes, Han. The original statement was simply adapted from the ''Tshig mdzod chen mo'', but it would be good if you could create a section called perhaps "Origins" and discuss this in more detail with references to traditional sources and modern scholarship...
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Adam, kapstein writes in The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism: Conversion, Contestation, and Memory, page 229, note 31: However, by the early ninth century, when the emperor Khri Lde-srong-btsan issued his preface to the Sgra-sbyor-bam-gnyis (Simonsson 1957; Ishikawa 1990),

Thus, it seems scholars agree it was not during the time of Ralpachen but Senalek who wrote the preface.

Yes, Han. The original statement was simply adapted from the Tshig mdzod chen mo, but it would be good if you could create a section called perhaps "Origins" and discuss this in more detail with references to traditional sources and modern scholarship...
--adam (talk) 16:09, 5 April 2018 (CEST)