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Amdo 1: The Qinghai Parts of Amdo                              The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces
   
ISBN :   9789747534597
WL Order Code :    E22229
Price :    Euro35.70
Print :   Bangkok 2001,
Size :   308 pp., 100 pp. illus. in col., 210 x 290 mm pbk. Weight  1.000 kg
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  Gruschke, Andreas

Amdo 1: The Qinghai Parts of Amdo The Cultural Monuments of Tibet's Outer Provinces

     
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This book presents the fascinating world of northeast Tibet’s historical and cultural monuments. The author’s original studies reveal that Tibetan culture is thriving. Tibetans have rebuilt their economy and revitalized their traditional way of life. East Tibet has not until now been thoroughly researched although it comprises about two-thirds of the Tibetan Plateau. This book provides comprehensive information on unknown sites in Amdo. The first volume starts with the famous Kumbum Monastery. Next, the major lamaseries of Tsongkha and the Yellow River bend are described with a historical outline of northeastern Tibet. Detailed descriptions of the major historic sites will help understand their development, as well as locating sites and understanding what can be seen there. Amdo includes densely populated Tsongkha with Muslim, Han-Chinese and Tibetan communities the realm of Ngolok’s sacred Amnye Machen mountain and the vast empty steppes and deserts of the central highland and Tsaidarn basin. The pastoral world of the formerly notorious Ngolok nomads and their religious realm are also described.
 

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