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Background imageTibetan Collection: Buddha / Tibetan Temple

Buddha / Tibetan Temple
SIDDHARTHA GAUTAMA, known as the BUDDHA ( Enlightened One ) Eighteenth century Tibetan temple painting, depicting the Buddha enthroned

Background imageTibetan Collection: Tibetan tanka with an illustration of a relaxed

Tibetan tanka with an illustration of a relaxed Avalokite?vara. Tibetan art. FRANCE. Paris. Guimet Museum

Background imageTibetan Collection: Women of the Red Karen - Myanmar

Women of the Red Karen - Myanmar
Two women of the Red Karen (Kayah) also known as Karenni - a subgroup of the Karen people, a Sino-Tibetan people living mostly in Kayah State of Burma (now Myanmar). Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTibetan Collection: Sikkim, Northern India - The Maharajah Maharani and suite

Sikkim, Northern India - The Maharajah Maharani and suite
Sikkim - a landlocked Indian state located in the Himalayas - The Maharajah Maharani and suite. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTibetan Collection: Fall / Tibetan Terrier / 39

Fall / Tibetan Terrier / 39
CHAMPION JANA OF LAMLEH Owned by Dr. Greig. Date: 1939

Background imageTibetan Collection: The Kumbum at Gyantse, a multi-storied set of Buddhist chapels

The Kumbum at Gyantse, a multi-storied set of Buddhist chapels, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan

Background imageTibetan Collection: British Military Campaign to Tibet

British Military Campaign to Tibet
Photograph from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Men riding yaks, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in

Men riding yaks, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Chinese cemetery at Gyantse, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

Chinese cemetery at Gyantse, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Group of lamas, Buddhist spiritual leaders, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

Group of lamas, Buddhist spiritual leaders, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture

Background imageTibetan Collection: Tashi Lama and Mr Gould, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

Tashi Lama and Mr Gould, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Idol in Red Idol Gorge, on the road to Gyantse, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

Idol in Red Idol Gorge, on the road to Gyantse, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to

Background imageTibetan Collection: British Military Campaign to Tibet - group photo, race day

British Military Campaign to Tibet - group photo, race day
Group photo outside a tent on race day, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture

Background imageTibetan Collection: British Military Campaign to Tibet - Mount Jomolhari

British Military Campaign to Tibet - Mount Jomolhari
View of Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, near Phari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military

Background imageTibetan Collection: Group photo of Tashi Lama and polo players, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

Group photo of Tashi Lama and polo players, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture

Background imageTibetan Collection: Group photo, Tashi Lama with four men in western clothes, from a fascinating album which reveals

Group photo, Tashi Lama with four men in western clothes, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan

Background imageTibetan Collection: Resting at the top of Tangla (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla) mountain range

Resting at the top of Tangla (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla) mountain range, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force

Background imageTibetan Collection: Kalimpong bazaar, West Bengal, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a

Kalimpong bazaar, West Bengal, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa

Background imageTibetan Collection: View near Rinchenpong, West Sikkim, India, entering the Chumbi Valley

View near Rinchenpong, West Sikkim, India, entering the Chumbi Valley, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside

Background imageTibetan Collection: Street scene in Rhenock, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a

Street scene in Rhenock, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture

Background imageTibetan Collection: Frozen waterfall at Dota, ten miles from Phari, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

Frozen waterfall at Dota, ten miles from Phari, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to

Background imageTibetan Collection: View of Kalimpong cemetery, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a

View of Kalimpong cemetery, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa

Background imageTibetan Collection: The Dalai Lama's House at Kalimpong, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

The Dalai Lama's House at Kalimpong, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to

Background imageTibetan Collection: Kalimpong Church, Kalimpong, West Bengal, India, near the Tibet border

Kalimpong Church, Kalimpong, West Bengal, India, near the Tibet border, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside

Background imageTibetan Collection: First view of Gyantse town, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

First view of Gyantse town, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Dochu Lake and Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan

Dochu Lake and Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force

Background imageTibetan Collection: The Ammo Chu, a river between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

The Ammo Chu, a river between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to

Background imageTibetan Collection: Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan

Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside

Background imageTibetan Collection: Transporting the mail, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

Transporting the mail, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: View of Chumbi village, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

View of Chumbi village, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Waterfall near Gangtok, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a

Waterfall near Gangtok, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa

Background imageTibetan Collection: Road to Nathula, a mountain pass in India, near Tibet, from a fascinating album which reveals new

Road to Nathula, a mountain pass in India, near Tibet, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences

Background imageTibetan Collection: A frozen waterfall at Dotha, near Phari, in the Chumbi Valley

A frozen waterfall at Dotha, near Phari, in the Chumbi Valley, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan

Background imageTibetan Collection: People on a wheel at Gangtok, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details

People on a wheel at Gangtok, Sikkim, India, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture

Background imageTibetan Collection: Chassa Goombah (Chatsa Gompa), station of the Lama of Phari, from a fascinating album which

Chassa Goombah (Chatsa Gompa), station of the Lama of Phari, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan

Background imageTibetan Collection: Chinese at Dochu, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in

Chinese at Dochu, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Street scene in Dochu, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known

Street scene in Dochu, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Guan battlefield, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in

Guan battlefield, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904

Background imageTibetan Collection: Tuna bungalows and Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan

Tuna bungalows and Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military

Background imageTibetan Collection: Summit of Tangla mountain range (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla)

Summit of Tangla mountain range (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla), from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside

Background imageTibetan Collection: Tangla (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla) near Phari, from a fascinating album which reveals

Tangla (Tanggula Tangla, Tanglha, or Dangla) near Phari, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences

Background imageTibetan Collection: Scene at Phari, Yadong County, on the Tibet border, from a fascinating album which reveals new

Scene at Phari, Yadong County, on the Tibet border, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to

Background imageTibetan Collection: View of the Ammo Chu River at Chumbi, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a

View of the Ammo Chu River at Chumbi, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa

Background imageTibetan Collection: View of the town of Phari, Yadong County, on the Tibet border (the building is a Dzong)

View of the town of Phari, Yadong County, on the Tibet border (the building is a Dzong, or fortified monastery), from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which

Background imageTibetan Collection: British Military Campaign to Tibet - Phari Dzong

British Military Campaign to Tibet - Phari Dzong
View of the town of Phari, Yadong County, on the Tibet border (the building is a Dzong, or fortified monastery), from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which

Background imageTibetan Collection: Phari post office, the highest in the world (15, 000 feet), in Yadong County, on the Tibet border

Phari post office, the highest in the world (15, 000 feet), in Yadong County, on the Tibet border, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British

Background imageTibetan Collection: Scene at Phari bazaar, in Yadong County, on the Tibet border

Scene at Phari bazaar, in Yadong County, on the Tibet border, with Mount Jomolhari or Chomolhari (2400 feet) in the distance

Background imageTibetan Collection: British Military Campaign to Tibet - Gantsa, Tibet

British Military Campaign to Tibet - Gantsa, Tibet
View of Gantsa, from a fascinating album which reveals new details on a little-known campaign in which a British military force brushed aside Tibetan defences to capture Lhasa, in 1904



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