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In AD 108, "the Kiang or Tibetans, who were then entirely savage and lived a nomadic life west and south of the Koko-nor, attacked the Chinese posts of Gansu, threatening to cut the Dunhuang road.Liang Kin, at the price of some fierce fighting, held them off." Similar incursions were repelled in AD 168-169 by the Chinese general Duan Gong.Kyide Nyigön's eldest son became ruler of the Mar-yul Ladakh region, and his two younger sons ruled western Tibet, founding the Kingdom of Guge and Pu-hrang.At a later period the king of Guge's eldest son, Kor-re, also called Jangchub Yeshe-Ö (Byang Chub Ye shes' Od), became a Buddhist monk.or provoked his groom Longam (Lo-ngam) into a duel.During the fight the king's dmu cord was cut, and he was killed.A civil war ensued, which effectively ended centralized Tibetan administration until the Sa-skya period.Ösung's allies managed to keep control of Lhasa, and Yumtän was forced to go to Yalung, where he established a separate line of kings. The son of Ösung was Pälkhortsän (Dpal 'khor brtsan) (865–895 or 893–923).
Nyima-Gon's kingdom had its centre well to the east of present-day Ladakh.
Tibetan history, as it has been recorded, is particularly focused on the history of Buddhism in Tibet.