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.


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


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


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


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.


These are what Momo traveled in from Kalimpong to Calcutta.


Momo says an enormous number of...

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