Objects & Places from My Journey to Lhasa

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Tibet

At the time of this book, this country had recently gained its independence.

Lhasa

This was both a spiritual and governmental capital city.

The Potala

This was a traditional palace built on a high hill that contained numerous apartments and temples within it.

China

This country was the largest neighbor to the recently liberated nation.

India

This country was the source of Buddhism.

Bhutan

This was a British-controlled region at the time of the book.

Kha Karpo

This was a mountain that was viewed as sacred and was the object of pilgrimages.

Dokar Pass

This was a route by which the adopted son and parent traveled.

Gompa

This was a monastery.

Tsampa

This was roasted barley or wheat flour.

Mos

This was a ritual of fortune-telling.

Nagspa

This was a kind of lama especially associated with dark magic.

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