Objects & Places from Daughter of the Mountains

Louise S. Rankin
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Tibetan Buddhism - This refers to the variant of Buddhism of which Momo is a devoted follower.

Lhasa Terriers - These dogs were kept by Buddhist priests.

Prayer Wheels - These objects in Buddhist temples, when spun, amplify the power of prayers.

Tibet - This refers to the small theocratic nation of which Momo is a citizen.

India - This is the nation where Momo had never visited until she went to find Pempa.

Kalimpong - Momo passes through this major city on her way to find Pempa.

Calcutta - This enormous city is where Momo finds Pempa.

Momo's Home - This location is where Pempa lived with Momo's parents.

The Kargayu Temple - This location is where Momo and her mother often go to pray.

The Lady Paton's Palace - This location is where the official's wife held Pempa.

Trains - These are what Momo traveled...

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