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Traditional Tibetan New Year Dancers

Tibetan New Year, Losar is being celebrated right now. 2140 in Tibetan years, this is the year of the female water snake.

Tibet - Lhasa    square in front of the Jokhang Temple

Tibet - Lhasa square in front of the Jokhang Temple

A photo depicting ceremonial dancers in Tibet. Given the dress of these people, ie. the sashes tied around their waists, this photo must have been taken in the lowlands, bordering Burma. The figure in the center is wearing a mask of a type that is associated with the highlands of both Nepal and Tibet. The man to the extreme left wears a hat that is typically Tibetan.

A photo depicting ceremonial dancers in Tibet. Given the dress of these people, ie. the sashes tied around their waists, this photo must have been taken in the lowlands, bordering Burma. The figure in the center is wearing a mask of a type that is associated with the highlands of both Nepal and Tibet. The man to the extreme left wears a hat that is typically Tibetan.

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Tibetan beauty. Bhutia lady. Old photo Kind of traditional Tibetan costume and jewelry for Bhutia women

Old photo Kind of traditional Tibetan costume and jewelry for Bhutia women

A Tibetan yogin doing the Chod practice. The Chod ritual is to "Cut through the ego". It is often done at a burial ground and the yogin recites the ritual while playing a two-sided drum and a thigh bone trumpet. The practice reinforces the truth of impermanence in this fleeting life. Image -early 20th Century.

Tibetan Monk Holding Damaru and Rkang-Gling. “A wandering Tibetan monk, or yogi, who lives as a hermit and recites the holy texts, gcod. The equipment of the yogi includes the damaru drum and the.

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