'A formidable looking fellow, with broad shoulder pads and a face that a European dictator might envy, the Chief of Lama Police exacts the utmost respect from lama and laymen alike. It is his traditional duty, to see that order is kept in the chanting hall, but his dictatorial authority is actually second only to that of the Grand Living Buddha of the lamasery.'
Source of Descriptive Information
Forman, H. (1934) The gods dance at Lhabrang Gomba: religious pageantry at a mighty Tibetan monastery. Travel. Vol. LXIII Number 3. Stroudsburg, Pa. Robert M. McBride & Company.