By H. R. Perera
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Rather, Mongol sources offer us a valuable perspective into the actual dynamics of the Qing formation in both its destructive and constructive elements. 43 Moreover, Mongol sources reveal not only this period of engagement but also the dynamics through which these earlier conceptualizations were transformed and ultimately swept away. 45 Investigating how Qing Buddhist rule developed also engages the growing scholarship on premodern Buddhist history. Buddhism has unfortunately often been studied outside of history,46 and while this oversight is now being addressed, the imaginary ideal of Buddhist rule as an explanatory model still remains.
But you did not join this alliance. Were [then] the Chakhar your ally, while they were our enemy? Now you do not think anything of us. I am furious at you. If you wish to cleanse this fault of yours, immediately ¤nd out about the people of the Black Khan, and send immediately a messenger here. While I was riding [against the Chakhar], you had gone far enough to reach the border [of Chakhar territory]; why did you not proceed [to attack them]? Are the western tümen, headed by noblemen Boshugtu Khan, Jinong Khan, Yüngshiyebü, and the Kharachin Khan, not relatives of yours?
They did, but not in these terms. The very idea of the banner as a speci¤c category of identi¤cation is not found in Mongol histories until the eighteenth century, nearly a century after the process of reorganization into banners by the Qing court began. The Qing formation was therefore less an event than a process. 47 During the period of the Qing formation (1620–1700) and even beyond, the two sides were slowly working out these social institutions. In this process, both Manchus and Mongols framed their interactions within sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Mongol conceptualizations of the ulus and törö.
Buddhism in Sri Lanka: A Short History by H. R. Perera