The last unit in this army is twelve stands of dismounted cavalry, which can then be used as a superior spear-armed foot unit:
One of the elements represents a dismounted Tibetan king with a couple of standard bearers, just in case the C-in-C needs to himself dismount at any stage. That said, it is something I don't think I'd be going out of my way to do, especially as one has to pay the additional points for them being mounted in the first place and it is quite easy for them to lose their horses in combat once they are on foot:
As with the rest of the army, the figures are again from Khurasan:
That's the Tibetans completed then, and I'll try to arrange a group photo before I move on to the next project.