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Under the Principal and deputy Pacification Commissioner, there were seven Head of 100 Households (brgya dpon, tu baihu 土百户). In 1729, the governor (sde pa) dispatched by the Central Tibetan Government, Norbu Ngawang (nor bu ngag dbang), was appointed Batang Principal Pacification Commissioner, and his brother Trashi Tsering (bkra shis tshe ring) was appointed deputy Pacification Commissioner. Altogether 3,633 households were under their rule, and the grain tax was equivalent to 1,895 taels of silver. As was the case with Litang (li thang), their inheritance system was similar to that of the officials appointed by the Qing court.

  • འབའ་ཐང་། (Tibetan, Tibetan script, Original)
    • Batang (Tibetan, Latin script, THL Simplified Tibetan Transcription)
    • 'ba' thang (Tibetan, Latin script, THL Extended Wylie Transliteration)
    • 巴塘 (Tibetan, Traditional Chinese Characters, Tibetan-to-Chinese Transcription)
      • 巴塘 (Tibetan, Simplified Chinese Characters, Traditional-to-Simplified Chinese Transliteration)
      • Batang (Tibetan, Latin script, Pinyin Transcription)
    • Batang (Tibetan, Latin script, Ethnic Pinyin Tibetan Transcription)

Place ID: F23725