Dating during 1940

Date / Event (Tibetan Calendar Date) 17 December 1933 / Thirteenth Dalai Lama Passes Away in Lhasa at the age of 57 (Water-Bird Year, 10th month, 30th day) 6 July 1935 / Born in Taktser, Amdo, Tibet (Wood-Pig Year, 5th month, 5th day) July 1939 / Departs Amdo for three-month journey to Lhasa 1939 / Public Declaration of the Official Recognition of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama near town of Bumchen 8 October 1939 / Enters Lhasa after three-month journey from Amdo (Earth-Hare Year, 8th month, 25th day) 22 February 1940 / Enthronement Ceremony (Iron-Dragon Year, 1st month, 14th day) 1940 / Begins monastic education at the age of five 1942 / Receives Vows of Novice Monk from Taktra Rinpoche (1st month, 10th day) 17 November 1950 / Assumes full temporal (political) power after China's invasion of Tibet in 1949 (Iron-Tiger Year, 10th month, 11th day) 16 December 1950 / Departs Lhasa for Dromo because of Chinese threat January 1951 to July 1951 / Resides in Dromo (Yatung) / 17-Point Agreement signed by Tibetan delegation in Peking under duress 16 July 1951 / Chinese delegation led by General Chiang Chin-wu, newly appointed Commissioner and Administrator of Civil and Military Affairs of Tibet, meets with His Holiness in Dromo (Yatung) 24 July 1951 / Departs Dromo (Yatung) for Lhasa (Iron-Hare Year, 5th month, 17th day) 17 August 1951 / Arrives Lhasa from Dromo (Iron-Hare Year, 6th month, 13th day) 1954 / Receives Gelong Ordination from Ling Rinpoche (Wood-Horse Year, 1st month, 15th day) 1954 / Confers 1st Kalachakra Initiation in Norbulingka Palace, Lhasa.

July 1954 to June 1955 / Visits China for peace talks and meets with Mao Zedong and other Chinese leaders, including Chou En-Lai, Chu Teh and Deng Xiaoping November 1956 to March 1957 / Visits India to participate in 2500th Buddha Jayanti celebrations February 1959 / Receives Geshe Lharampa Degree during Monlam Ceremonies in Lhasa (Earth-Pig Year, 1st month, 13th day) 10 March 1959 / Tens of thousands of Tibetans gathered in front of Norbulingka Palace, Lhasa to prevent His Holiness from going to a performance at the Chinese Army Camp in Lhasa. 15 March 1959 / Artillery Shells fired from Chinese troops land outside Norbulingka Palace 17 March 1959 / Escapes at night from Norbulingka Palace in Lhasa March 1959 / Tibetan Government formally reestablished at Lhudup Dzong.

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