In 1346, Changchub Gyaltsen started a revolt against the Mongolians, leading to the establishment of the Phagmodrupa dynasty (1346/54-1642) in Central Tibet. In West Tibet several kingdoms existed, as well as in Kham. Amdo was reigned by the Chinese Ming-Dynasty and later recaptured by the Mongolians. In Central Tibet, there would soon be a split and the Rinpungpa dynasty (1435-1565) and the following Tsangpa dynasty (1565-1642) competed with the Phagmodrupa dynasty.
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An Overview of Tibetan History Part 3
This article deals with the Mongol conquest of Tibet at around 1240, and the incorporation into the Chinese Yuan Dynasty in 1271. This section of Tibetan history is also called “Sakya Dynasty”, since the Sakya Lamas received a special autonomy.
An Overview of Tibetan History, Part 2: Mongolian Conquest and Sakya Dynasty
A timeline of Tibetan history: The Yarlung dynasty (618-842) and the Era of Fragmentation (842-1240)
An Overview of Tibetan History Part 1
Nowadays, there’s sometimes a discussion about a crisis, which in fact is none.
No doubt, Tibet belongs to China and you should know the reasons.
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Tibet belongs to China [PDF]