Question 1: During 2007, two monks from ________ monastery of Tibet committed suicide soon after the beginning of a campaign of exclusion by Chinese officials.
Question 3: Verhaegen (2002: p. 5-6) states that the tulku tradition of the Dalai Lama has evolved into, and been inaugurated as, an institution and is recognised as a " ________ of Tibetan identity and culture":
Question 4: In the 1630s, Tibet became entangled in power struggles between the rising ________ and various Mongol and Oirat factions.
Question 5: Yonten Gyatso (1589 – 1616), the 4th Dalai Lama and a non-Tibetan, was the grandson of ________.
Question 6: Which of the following titles did Dalai Lama have?
Question 7: After the Chinese assumed complete control in 1959, the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India and has since ceded temporal power to an elected ________.
Question 8: Sonam Gyatso was an Abbot at the ________ who was considered widely as one of the most eminent lamas of his time.
Question 9: This was apparently done so that the ________ could be finished, and to prevent Tibet's neighbours taking advantage of an interregnum in the succession of the Dalai Lamas.