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Princess Wencheng (Tibetan: Mung-chang Kungco, Traditional Chinese: 文成公主, pinyin: Wénchéng Gōngzhǔ) (d. Tibetan refers to a group of languages spoken primarily by Tibetan peoples who live across a wide area of eastern Central Asia bordering South Asia as well as by overseas Pinyin, more formally Hanyu pinyin, is the most common Standard Mandarin Romanization system in use 680), was a niece of the powerful Emperor Taizong of Tang of Tang China, who left China in 640, according to records, arriving the next year in Tibet to marry the thirty-seven year old Songtsän Gampo (605?–650 CE) the thirty-third king of the Yarlung Dynasty of Tibet, in a marriage of state as part of a peace treaty along with large quantities of gold. Events By Place Europe The Bulgars subjugate the country of current-day Bulgaria. Emperor Taizong of Tang ( January 23, 599 &ndash July 10 649) personal name Lǐ Shìmín ( was the second emperor of the The Tang Dynasty ( Middle Chinese: dhɑng (June 18 618&ndashJune 4 907 was an imperial dynasty of China preceded by the Sui Dynasty and followed by Events By Place Europe Tulga succeeds his father Suinthila as king of the Visigoths. Songtsän Gampo ( Tibetan: སྲོང་བཙན་སྒམ་པོ་ Wylie: Srong-btsan For the car see Peugeot 605. Events By Place Asia As a result of a quarrel between Numan III the Lakhmid Events By Place Asia The first Chinese Paper money is issued yet these banknotes will not become government-issued Definitions of Tibet See also Definitions of Tibet Name In English The English word Tibet, like the word for Tibet in most European A marriage of state in ancient use is a diplomatic marriage or union between two members of different Nation-states or internally between two power blocks usually in authoritarian A peace treaty is an agreement between two hostile parties usually countries or governments that formally ends an armed conflict She is popularly known in Tibet as Gyasa.  The princess was a Buddhist and, along with Songtsän Gampo's Nepalese wife, Bhrikuti Devi, is said to have introduced Buddhism to Tibet. The Nepali Princess Bhrikuti Devi, known to Tibetans as Bal-mo-bza' Khri-btsun, Bhelsa Tritsun ('Nepali consort' or simply Khri bTsun ("Royal 
The Chinese records mention receiving an envoy in 634 from Songtsän Gampo wherein the king requested to marry a Chinese princess and was refused. Events By Place Oswald of Northumbria defeats Cadwallon ap Cadfan of Gwynedd in the Battle of Heavenfield and In 635/636 the Tibetan king's forces attacked and defeated the 'A zha people (Chinese: Tüyühün), who lived around Lake Koko Nor in the northeast corner of Tibet, along an important trade route into China. Events By Topic Religion Saint Aidan founds Lindisfarne in Northumbria, England Events By Place Byzantine Empire August 20 — Battle of Yarmuk: Khalid ibn al-Walid 's victory against the Qinghai Lake ( Hanyu Pinyin: Qīnghăi hú) historically known as Kokonor (from the Mongolian name is a Salt lake situated in A trade route is a logistical network identified as a series of pathways and stoppages used for the commercial transport of cargo After a campaign against China in 635–6 (OTA l. Emperor Taizong of Tang (r 626 - 649) the second emperor of Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, subjugated the Xianbei state 607) the Chinese emperor agreed to marry a Chinese princess to king Songtsän Gampo as part of the diplomatic settlement. As a marriage of state, the union must be considered a success as peace between China and Tibet prevailed for the remainder of Songtsen Gampo's reign.
Myths about Songtsän Gampo and his Chinese bride Wen Cheng that appeared around them during the Middle Ages transformed Songtsän Gampo into a cultural hero for Tibetans, based on his marriages. It is widely believed that his state marriages to Nepalese princess Bhrikuti and Chinese princess Wencheng brought Buddhism to Tibet, and further, that their complicated relationship as co-wives led to the construction of the Jokang Temple, whereupon the city of Lhasa. A marriage of state in ancient use is a diplomatic marriage or union between two members of different Nation-states or internally between two power blocks usually in authoritarian The Nepali Princess Bhrikuti Devi, known to Tibetans as Bal-mo-bza' Khri-btsun, Bhelsa Tritsun ('Nepali consort' or simply Khri bTsun ("Royal The Jokhang, () also called the Qokang, Jokang, Jokhang Temple, Jokhang Monastery or Tsuklakang (gTsug lag khang, is the first These stories are included in such medieval romances as the Mani-bka'-'bum, and historiographies such as the Rgyal-rabs Gsel-ba'i Me-long.
Changzhug monastery in Nêdong is also connected with Wencheng: a tangka embroidered by Wencheng is kept in one of its chapels. Changzhug is a Vajrayana Buddhist Monastery in Nêdong County of Shannan Prefecture in the Tibet Autonomous Region of Nêdong County, ( Tibetan: སྣེ་གདོང་རྫོང་ Wylie sne gdong rdzong Chinese: 乃东县 Pinyin: Nǎidōng Xiàn is a county