Audio Recording Interview H0202: with Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal ['phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal] and Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup [bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub], (India, 1992)

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Interview H0202: with Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal ['phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal] and Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup [bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub], (India, 1992)
Contributor Names
Paljor Tsarong (interviewer)
Goldstein, Melvyn (editor)
Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal ['phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal] -- b. 1912 (interviewee)
Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup [bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub] -- b. 1925 (interviewee)
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Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Notes
-  India (place of recording)
-  The interview was conducted and recorded in Tibetan and translated into English. (contents)
-  Interview in Tibetan.
-  This document is part of the Political History Collection of the Tibetan Oral History and Archive Project, edited by Melvyn Goldstein, and published by the Center for Research on Tibet, Department of Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
-  male (gender)
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7 text files
7 digital audio files
Part 1: 125 min 54 s
Part 2: 126 min 19 s
Part 3: 124 min 29 s
Part 4: 128 min 44 s
Part 5: 128 min 14 s
Part 6: 127 min 57 s
Part 7: 87 min 13 s
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Part 1: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 2: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 3: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 4: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 5: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 6: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. Part 7: Taring and Sambo were important aristocratic officials in the Tibetan government. They discussed going for training in the use of machine guns in Gyantse and about the Drongdrag Regiment and Kujar Kunphel's arrest. They also discussed the morning after the 13th Dalai Lama's death and the construction of the Trisam Bridge. sound recording | 7 text files | 7 digital audio files | Part 1: 125 min 54 s | Part 2: 126 min 19 s | Part 3: 124 min 29 s | Part 4: 128 min 44 s | Part 5: 128 min 14 s | Part 6: 127 min 57 s | Part 7: 87 min 13 s | India (Place Of Recording). The interview was conducted and recorded in Tibetan and translated into English. (Contents). Interview in Tibetan. This document is part of the Political History Collection of the Tibetan Oral History and Archive Project, edited by Melvyn Goldstein, and published by the Center for Research on Tibet, Department of Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. male (Gender). Sound Recording (Form). [Note: Mr. Taring acknowledged this and Mr. Sambo said nothing] (Mrs. Taring) He must have announced it to the Tsondu. (Mr. Taring) Yes. The Trade Agent stayed in Gyantse permanently and they had their bodyguards, etc. We didn't see them much because we lived in Lhasa. Chrisnape ??? was also one of the Trade Agents. (Mr. Sambo) Yes. (Mr. Sambo) He was there. However he was not involved much at that time. He remained silent. Earlier when India was under the occupation of the British Government, he used to interfere a lot. After India's independence, he chose to keep silent. (Mr. Taring) Yes. I heard something like this. Anyway this is how it happened that we could not go to Hong Kong. (Mr. Sambo) Stop the recording. We will have to prepare the list.
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Paljor Tsarong, Melvyn Goldstein, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal 'Phreng Ring Taring, and Tenzin Thondrup Bsam Pho Sambo. Interview H: with Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal 'phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal and Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub, India, 1992. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1992. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/tohap.H0202/.

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Paljor Tsarong, Goldstein, M., Taring, J. S. W. N. '. R. & Sambo, T. T. B. P. (1992) Interview H: with Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal 'phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal and Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub, India, 1992. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/tohap.H0202/.

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Paljor Tsarong, et al. Interview H: with Taring, Jigme Sumten Wangpo Namgyal 'phreng ring, 'jig med sum rten dbang po rnam rgyal and Sambo, Tenzin Thondrup bsam pho, bstan 'dzin don grub, India, 1992. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1992. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/tohap.H0202/>.