Although there is no mention of works dealing with the routes and rituals of the hidden lands gNam-sgo zla-gam or dKar-po ljongs, a text with the title "Route Description, a Certificate of the Real Meaning" (lam yig don byang) retrieved by Gu-ru Tshe-brtan rgyal-mtshan from Chu-mo phug is refered to in the records of the Fifth Dalai Bla-ma. The quotation from this work describes a further treasure site, located in the eastern direction of "the king of Mang-yul [Gung-thang]" (mang yul rgyal po) and near a lake known as lHa-mo srin-mtsho in the upper part of the dPal-mo thang region in southwestern Tibet.
Ngag-dbang Blo-bzang rgya-mtsho, Fifth Dalai Bla-ma (1617-1682) 'Jig rten dbang phyug thams cad mkhyen pa yon tan rgya mtsho dpal bzang po'i rnam par thar pa [nor bu'i 'phreng ba], 52 fols.
For modern descriptions of the routes leading to the "Plain of Flowers" (me tog thang), the triangular shaped monastery of the Second Dalai Bla-ma dGe-'dun rgya-mtsho (1475-1542) and the famous lake known as lHa-mo bla-mtsho, regarded as the life-supporting talisman of the incarnation lineage of the Dalai Bla-mas, see Dowman (1988:255-261), Chan (1994:634-641) and Gyurme Dorje (1996:286-287).
(2) For the main events in the life of the Second Dalai Bla-ma and the foundation of the monastry of Chos-'khor igyal in the year 1509, see Heller (2005a:43-50).
(3) The circumstances of the composition of the visionary scroll painting of lHamo bla-mtsho and its content in the context of depicting episodes from the life of the Third Dalai Bla-ma are sketched in Vitali (2001:93-97).