- Title Pages
- Acknowledgments and a Note on the Writing of This Book
- One Buddhist Life at Mergen
- Two Mergen Gegen and the Arts of Language
- Three Mergen Monastery and Its Landscape
- Four Duke Galdan, Perspectives on the Self in the Qing Era
- Five <i>Sülde</i>: The “Spirit of Invincibility,” Its Multiplicity and Its Secrets
- Six The Afterlife of the 8th Mergen Gegen
- Seven Sengge: A Lama's Knowledge and Its Vicissitudes
- Eight The Chorji Lama: Inheriting from the Past in a New World
- Nine Regroupings of Laity
- Ten Tradition and Archivization
- Epilogue Dispersion and Creation
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