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These " essential " or necessary offerings, which are needed Dough Sacrificial effigies of the Lamas. in every service of worship, are seven in number, and each bears a special Sanskritic name descriptive of its nature, 1 and must be 1 1. The tenth Grand Lama also dying* during his minority, and 1 This latter Lama was in power at Totala in 1730 on the arrival of Horace Della- penna, from whose account (Makkh., p. 321) most of the latter details have been taken. •-' Ibid., lxv. :; I /•;,/., p. 266.

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