QING SOURCES ABOUT THE DALAI LAMAS OF TIBET (MID. XVII - XVIII CENTURIES)

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The strengthening of political ties between China and Tibet begins during their stay of the Manchu rulers of Aisin Gioro Clan or the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in the Chinese throne. A key role in this process was played by the emperors relationships with senior lamas of Tibetan Buddhism and major influence of the Dalai Lama V, VI and VIII. Article devoted to the review of written sources on the history of the Qing Empire in the middle of the XVII - the second half of the XVIII century, which reflect the details of the first contacts in China and Tibet and the development of relations between the two countries with the mediation of the Dalai Lama. Such sources include dynastic chronicles, collections of legislative texts, inscriptions on stone stelae and travel notes. The author also paid attention to the most famous updated and reprinted collections of historical materials on the history of the Qing of the XVII-XVIII century.

A G Lyulina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: alyulina88@gmail.com
Department of World History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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