Date: none given
Script: ’khyug ma tshugs; numerals Nepali Lines: 78

1.      glo smad bha ra gha’u gi mi phyugs gi tho sogs bkod pa la |—

2.      thogs mar dang rdzong nas—317

3.      mi pho mo sdom—101

4.      mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—48|

5.      ra—168

6.      phan lags nas—161

7.      mi pho mo sdom—104

8.      mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—56

9.      ra bo kha kel sdom—

10.     spa kling nas—20

11.     mi pho mo sdom—15

12.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—5

13.     ra pho khal kel sdom—

14.     bkags yul nas—845

15.     mi pho mo sdom—328

16.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—229

17.     ra pho khal kal sdom—288

18.     ting ri yul nas—176

19.     mi pho mo sdom—53

20.     mdzo g.yag bung glang sdom—29

21.     ra pho khal kel sdom—94

22.     btang yed yul nas—1465

23.     mi pho mo sdom—318

24.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—196

25.     ra pho khal kel sdom—960

26.     tshugs yul nas—919

27.     mi pho mo sdom—268

28.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—155

29.     ra pho khal kel sdom—496

30.     brgya ga yul nas—175

31.     mi pho mo sdom—67

32.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—45

33.     ra pho khal kel sdom—63

34.     sa dmar yul nas—109

35.     mi pho mo sdom—78

36.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—31

37.     ra pho khal kel sdom—

38.     rtsang li yul nas—165

39.     mi pho mo sdom—66

40.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—30

41.     ra pho khal skel sdom—69

42.     rted yul nas—3128

43.     mi pho mo sdom—380

44.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—181

45.     ra pho khal kel sdom—2567

46.     spu †a nas—242

47.     mi pho mo sdom—77

48.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—50

49.     ra pho khal kel sdom—115

50.     rdzong yul nas—339

51.     mi pho mo sdom—213

52.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—107—

53.     ra pho khal skel sdom—19

54.     chos ’khor nas—297

55.     mi pho mo sdom—178

56.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—119

57.     ra pho khal kel sdom—

58.     spu rang nas—220

59.     mi pho mo sdom—145

60.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—58

61.     ra pho khal kel sdom—17

62.     dzar yul nas—731

63.     mi pho mo sdom—319

64.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—175

65.     ra pho—237

66.     khying kha yul nas—494

67.     mi pho mo sdom—161

68.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—124

69.     ra pho sdom—209

70.     klu brags nas—285

71.     mi pho mo sdom—76

72.     mdzo g.yags bung glang sdom—23

73.     ra pho sdom—186

74.     dzam ma—

75.     glo smad bha ra gha’u nas mi (che chung) sdom—2948

76.     mdzo g.yags glang bung sdom—1652

77.     ra pho sdom—5488

78.     10088



A census of Baragaon, dealing with the component settlements of the enclave in the follow- ing order: Dangardzong; Phelag; Pagling; Kag; Tiri; Taye; Tshug; Gyaga; Samar ; Tsele; Te; Putra; Chongkhor; Dzong; Purang; Dzar; Khyinga; Lubra. Only Sangdag, the remotest com- munity in Baragaon, is absent from the list.

There are four entries per community: 1. The total number of people and livestock; 2. the number of humans (pho mo); 3. the number of dzos, yaks, donkeys and bulls; 4. the number of buck goats. It is not clear why male goats and cattle should have been selected for census, and not the females. While the term glang might conceivably include cows, it is certain that ra pho denotes only buck goats. The numbers involved would otherwise be too small: a live- stock census from Te (Tibetan Sources vol. 1, HMA/Te/Tib/12) gives the total number of goats as 9,548. Although both documents are undated, it is unlikely that there should be such an enormous change in the numbers of goats kept in the community.

The overall (l. 74 dzam ma, < Nep. jamma, ’total’) figures for Baragaon are:

People, ’adults and children’: 2948 Dzos, yaks, donkeys and bulls: 1562 Buck goats: 5488