Definition of Kashag

1. Noun. The advisory board of the Tibetan government-in-exile.

Generic synonyms: Advisory Board, Planning Board
Member holonyms: Kalon Tripa



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kashag

Karttika
Karttikeya
Kartu
Kartveli
Kartvelian
Kartvelians
Kartvelology
Karuk
Karuks
Kasabach
Kasai River
Kasai operation
Kasbarian
Kasbaryan
Kasetsart
Kashag
Kashaya
Kashgar
Kashi
Kashia
Kashin-Beck disease
Kashin-Bek disease
Kashiwabara
Kashkai
Kashmir
Kashmir goat
Kashmiri
Kashmiris
Kashub
Kashubian

Literary usage of Kashag

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1. Journey to Lhasa and Central Tibet by Sarat Chandra Das, William Woodville Rockhill (1902)
"... the Grand Lama to put in the council one of its members, and he takes the first seat in the council hall, or kashag, the Kalon kripa coming next to him. ..."

2. Lhasa and Its Mysteries: With a Record of the Expedition of 1903-1904 by Laurence Austine Waddell (1906)
"... kashag, council chamber, 372 Kashmir traders, 344, 346, 356, 359 Kathmandu, 19, 75, 76 Kawaguchi, Japanese priest, 10, 20, 37 ; at Sera, 372, 419 Kelly, ..."

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