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Account Options Sign in. The Tibetans provides a comprehensive introduction to thisintriguing land, orienting the reader to the Tibetan geographicalregion and its inhabitants.
Peasants, Nomads, and Traders. Fragmentation and Hegemonic Power.
Mongols and Tibetan Buddhists. Of course the real story is far more complicated – the Tibetan region is vast, borders several great and highly distinct regions Central Asia, India, and Chinaand is subject to all the movers of history that drive events in any land, including tbe politics, oligarchs, warlords, peasants, and so forth.
An epilogue considers the fragile position of Tibetancivilization in the modern world. Formations of Body, Speech, and Mind. Between Mongols and Manchus.
Warner rated it it was amazing Nov 22, Looking for beautiful books? One of his study areas has concentrated on Tibetan culture and the influence of China’s invasion. Back cover copy “In kapstekn past, for largely geographical reasons, Tibet was isolatedfrom the rest of the world, which meant that our country, peopleand culture were not only shrouded in mystery, but often gravelymisunderstood. Tibet in the Modern World.
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This book offers what is to my knowledge the only complete general historiography of Tibet from its prehistory to the present day. Festivals, Pilgrimages, and Ritual Cycles.
I recommend this book strongly. The Tibetans Matthew T. Situates Tibet in relation to o This book provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to Tibet, its culture kpastein history. Spellings of Tibetan Names and Terms. Lists with This Book.
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Heather rated it liked it Aug 31, I have been doing a lot tibetzns reading on Tibet, it’s art, history and culture, and that is a difficult task, due to Children of the Ape and the Ogress.
Graham rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Jonathan rated it really liked it Feb 20, Topics treated here include Tibetan religious and political history, together with major aspects of Tibetan culture: It’s competently written and paints an extremely valuable portrait of the Land of Snows, and should most certainly be read by anyone with an interest in Tibetan culture who still subscribes to a romanticized view of pre-invasion Tibet as a peaceful Shambhala of gentle, enlightened monks and cheerful nomads going about their lives in simplicity and quiet.
Ryan Pennell rated it liked it Sep 06, More recently, as interest has grown, scholarship concerning Tibet has improved beyond expectation, although it has often singled out narrow topics for consideration. The Tibetans Matthew T. Hannah Murray rated it tibetas liked it Nov 23, Topics treated here include Tibetanreligious and political history, together with major aspects ofTibetan culture: