1) mngon pa'i lugs la rgyang grags brgyad kyi tshad de rgyang grags rer gzhu 'dom lnga brgya yod/ ... 

2) dus 'khor lugs la sor mo nyer bzhi la khru gang/ de bzhi la gzhu 'dom gang/ de nyis stong la rgyang grags gcig de bzhi la dpag tshad gcig ...




mile, 4000 fathoms, geographical mile, league, league, *, maybe 9 or 4.5 miles


pagtse, measure of distance


League, Yojana. Indian measure of distance equal of 16000 cubits, or about 4.5 miles (7.4 km); definitions differing by a factor of two are also given. a league. 4000 fathoms (1 land mile)/ a league; Yojana [measure of distance], mile, a 'league', acc. to Abhidharma. def. {རྒྱང་གྲགསབརྒྱདལ་དཔགཚདགཅིག} 4000 fathoms, approximately 8 km. a distance measure equaling several miles, league. one mile; yojanas



From: http://www.tibetanart.com/Glossary.asp?Page=3

The yojana or 'league' is a large unit of ancient Indian measure, and derives from the distance that an ox cart could comfortably travel without being unyoked (yojana). In the early abhidharma system a yojana equaled 4,000 fathoms or approximately four and a half miles, but in the later Kalachakra system the yojana was doubled to approximate to nine miles. The Kalachakra Tantra lists the various units of measure: "Eight subtle particles are equal to one particle. Eight particles are equal to the tip of a fine hair. Eight fine hair tips are equal to a mustard seed. Eight mustard seeds are equal to a louse. Eight lice are equal to a barleycorn. Eight barleycorns are equal to a finger-width (angula). Twenty-four finger-widths are equal to a cubit (hasta). Four cubits are equal to a fathom or 'bow' (dhanus). Two thousand bows are equal to an 'ear-shot'. And four ear-shots are equal to one league (yojana)."