It should be noted that Chags sdang is not a proper name referring to an otherwise unknown Tibetan party or family, but a term (literally meaning "love and hate") applied to the controversy between rival factions among the Phag mo gru pa (see Deb ther dmar po p.122 line 23-p.123 lines 3).
(52) Finally, in the verse catalog of the Bka' 'gyur completed in 1431 at Rgyal rtse under the sponsorship of Si tu Rab brtan Kun bzang 'phags (1389-1442), we are told that Kun bzang 'phags commissioned black-on-white and gold-on-black Bka' 'gyurs as well as a black-on-white Bstan 'gyur.
This link between the two poems, notwithstanding their quite different tones, is confirmed in the next lines, where the poet compares the war songs to vigorous Holi interrupting sad romantic songs, barahmasi (145) (phag ka khela ran, baraho mahino me, II.
The view that chos srid zung 'brel began with gro mgon chos rgyal 'phags pa is based on the definition given by Dung dkar blo bzang 'phrin las, or on the first definition given by Hor gtsang 'jigs med.
The Hevjara initiation was first bestowed on a Chinese emperor in the mid 13th century, when the Sa skya lama Phags pa consecrated the Yuan Emperor Qublai, so making him a cakravartin (universal sovereign).
After the pratyekabuddha died, he erected a stupa over the pratyekabuddha's relics and then vowed to be reborn in a wealthy family and to "take delight in the teaching of one even more excellent than this [pratyekabuddha]" ('di las ches khyad par du 'phags pa'i ston pa mnyes par byed cing).
This Kagyur was [produced] by venerable Jinpa Gyatso and other officials and spiritual masters of the 'Khrungs ko si, the Temple of 'Phags pa; and by the power of [their] sincere prayers and merits, the golden thrown of the great Emperor Kh'ang-hsi, may remain stable as the Mount Mehru.