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Four rivers, six ranger

a true account of khampa resistance to chinese in Tibet
Andrugtsang Gompo Tashi

Editeur - Casa editrice

Information and Publicity Office of H. H. the Dalai Lama

  Asia
Tibet
Tibet Orientale

CittÓ - Town - Ville

Dharamsala

Anno - Date de Parution

1973

Titolo originale

Four rivers, six ranger, a true account of khampa resistance to chinese in Tibet

Lingua - language - langue

eng


Four rivers, six ranger  

Gompo Tashi was the famed Khampa leader of the Tibetan Resistance and creator of Chushi-Gangdruk. It doesn't get any more boots-on-the-ground than this. But one of the illuminating aspects of his autobiography is his profound and unswerving devotion to the Dalai Lama and, eventually, the Dalai Lama's recognition of Gompo Tashi's valor. Gompo Tashi's voice speaks to the heart of all Tibetans by underplaying his own suffering--a national trait if there ever was one:

"I was wounded all over the body and was in much pain, but...my life was not in immediate danger. It appeared that the Chinese had spotted me and the horse I was riding, for when we began to move away, they made me a special target of their gunfire. One of my companions noticed this and gave me his horse to ride."

 

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Biografia

Andrugtsang Gompo Tashi

Gompo Tashi was the famed Khampa leader of the Tibetan Resistance and creator of Chushi-Gangdruk. It doesn't get any more boots-on-the-ground than this. But one of the illuminating aspects of his autobiography is his profound and unswerving devotion to the Dalai Lama and, eventually, the Dalai Lama's recognition of Gompo Tashi's valor. Gompo Tashi's voice speaks to the heart of all Tibetans by underplaying his own suffering--a national trait if there ever was one:

"I was wounded all over the body and was in much pain, but...my life was not in immediate danger. It appeared that the Chinese had spotted me and the horse I was riding, for when we began to move away, they made me a special target of their gunfire. One of my companions noticed this and gave me his horse to ride."

Consulta anche: Libro su internet a cira del figlio dell'autore