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To A Mountain In Tibet

Author :Colin Thubron
ISBN :9781446467183
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TOP TEN BESTSELLER Mount Kailas is the most sacred of the world's mountains - holy to one fifth of humanity. Isolated beyond the central Himalayas, its summit has never been scaled, but for centuries the mountain has been ritually circled by Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. Colin Thubron joins these pilgrims, after an arduous trek from Nepal, through the high passes of Tibet, to the magical lakes beneath the slopes of Kailas itself. He talks to secluded villagers and to monks in their decaying monasteries; he tells the stories of exiles and of eccentric explorers from the West. Yet he is also walking on a pilgrimage of his own. Having recently witnessed the death of the last of his family, his trek around the great mountain awakes an inner landscape of love and grief, restoring precious fragments of his own past. 'I would rather read Colin Thubron than any other travel writer alive' - John Simpson

From A Mountain In Tibet

Author :Lama Yeshe Losal Rinpoche
ISBN :9780241988961
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'Brilliant and riveting. This book shows us that freedom is a choice we can all make' Gelong Thubten, author of A Monk's Guide to Happiness 'A fascinating story of an incredible life, told with unflinching honesty' Dr John Sellars author of Lessons in Stoicism ___________________________________________________________________________________ Lama Yeshe didn't see a car until he was fifteen years old. In his quiet village, he and other children ran through fields with yaks and mastiffs. The rhythm of life was anchored by the pastoral cycles. The arrival of Chinese army cars in 1959 changed everything. In the wake of the deadly Tibetan Uprising, he escaped to India through the Himalayas as a refugee. One of only 13 survivors out of 300 travellers, he spent the next few years in America, experiencing the excesses of the Woodstock generation before reforming in Europe. Now in his seventies and a leading monk at the Samye Ling monastery in Scotland - the first Buddhist centre in the West - Lama Yeshe casts a hopeful look back at his momentous life. From his learnings on self-compassion and discipline to his trials and tribulations with loss and failure, his poignant story mirrors our own struggles. Written with erudition and humour, From a Mountain in Tibet shines a light on how the most desperate of situations can help us to uncover vital life lessons and attain lasting peace and contentment.

A Mountain In Tibet

Author :Charles Allen
ISBN :9781405524971
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Throughout the East there runs a legend of a great mountain at the centre of the world, where four rivers have their source. Charles Allen traces this legend to Western Tibet where there stands Kailas, worshipped by Hindus and Buddhists alike as the home of their gods and the navel of the world. Close by are the sources of four mighty rivers: the sacred Ganges, the Indus, the Sutlej and Tsangpo-Brahmaputra. For centuries Kailas remained an enigma to the outside world. Then a succession of remarkable men took up the challenge of penetrating the hostile, frozen wastelands beyond the Western Himalayas, culminating in the great age of discovery, the final years of the Victorian era. A Mountain in Tibet is an extraordinary story of exploration and high adventure, full of the excitement and colour expected from the author of Plain Tales from the Raj.

Reflections Of The Mountain

Author :Anne-Marie Blondeau
ISBN :STANFORD:36105017787032
Genre :Buddhism
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The Way And The Mountain

Author :Marco Pallis
ISBN :9781933316536
Genre :Religion
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The Way and the Mountain is a selection of Marco Pallis' most important writings on Tibetan Buddhism. Pallis traveled extensively in the Himalayas and studied Buddhism from Lamas within the tradition before the communist invasion of Tibet in 1949.

Walking To The Mountain

Author :Wendy Teasdill
ISBN :IND:30000053096016
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'This is the story of a journey made on foot across Tibet to Mount Kailash. The 'jewel of the snows' has been attracting pilgrims of all religions for thousands of years, but until recently only a handful of westerners had ever been there. Tibet was officially closed to individual travellers in 1988. Unless one paid thousands of dollars to the Chinese government and hired a jeep, it was completely forbidden to go to Mount Kailash. Wendy Teasdill went, anyway. She hitch-hiked from Lhasa and walked the last four hundred miles or so, taking the southern road, prohibited for political reasons, but also because the summer rains had swollen the rivers so much that vehicles could not cross them. She walked alone through the plains of the Brahmaputra, between the Himalaya and the Trans Himalaya, living on hard-tack biscuits, noodles and nettles. She survived to tell the tale of the people, landscapes, dangers, delights and insights that she encountered on the way.'--Publisher's description.

The Sacred Mountain

Author :John Snelling
ISBN :UOM:39015040764014
Genre :Kailas Mount (Tibet)
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The Author Has Examined All The Narratives Of The Western Visitors To Mount Kailas, And In So Doing Has Compiled What Amounts To A Chronicle Of The Explorations Of This Part Of Tibet. Clean Copy

Tibetan Mountain Deities Their Cults And Representations

Author :International Association for Tibetan Studies. Seminar
ISBN :UOM:39015049997474
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Table of Contents: BUFFETRILLE, Katia: Pelerinage et inceste: le cas de mChod rten nyi ma; DIEMBERGER, Hildegard: The Horseman in Red. On Sacred Mountains of La stod Iho (Southern Tibet); HAZOD, Guntram: bKra shis 'od 'bar. On the History of the Religious Protector of the Bo dong pa; POMMARET, Francoise: 'Maitres des tresors' (gter bdag): divinites locales et mediums au Bhoutan; SCHICKLGRUBER, Christian: Race, Win and Please the Gods: Horse-Race and yul lha Worship in Dolpo; FORBES, Ann Armbrecht: Sacred Geography on the Cultural Borders of Tibet; RAMBLE, Charles: The Classification of Territorial Divinities in Pagan and Buddhist Rituals of South Mustang; STEINMANN, Brigitte: Territoire et frontieres politiques, royaume et divinites montagnardes: lusage de stereotypes dans la construction dune identite nationale (Sikkim); STUTCHBURY, Elisabeth A.: Raja Gephan - The Mountain Protector of Lahul; TAUTSCHER, Gabriele: Kalingchok and Sailung: A Female and a Male Mountain in Tamang Tradition; BIRTALAN, Agnes: Typology of Stone Cairn Obos (Preliminary Report, Based on Mongolian Fieldwork Material Collected in 1991-1995); URAY-KOHALMI, Catherine: Marriage to the Mountain.

Kailas

Author :Russell Johnson
ISBN :0500275599
Genre :Kailas Mountain (China)
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Mount Kailas, in a remote corner of Western Tibet, has been a pilgrimage site for over 1000 years. In the few years during which foreigners were permitted to visit Kailas, the authors spent long periods in the region. This is their account of an extraordinary experience.

Tibet S Secret Mountain

Author :Chris Bonington
ISBN :9781912560165
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For Chris Bonington and Charles Clarke, long-time friends and expedition partners, few mountains were more alluring than Sepu Kangri. Known locally as ‘the Great White Snow God’, Tibet’s nearly 7,000-metre mountain had never before been visited by Westerners. Armed only with a tourist map for reference, the two set off for this elusive peak in 1996. In the reconnaissance and two expeditions that followed, neither of them were expecting to be profoundly impacted by their experiences. However, they not only met their match in Sepu Kangri, but both found their expertise pushed to the limit. While Clarke acted as a travelling doctor, treating myriad ailments encountered along the way, including a life-saving diagnosis of an ectopic pregnancy, Bonington’s love of technology saw him testing out cutting-edge satellite phones and computers, allowing them to communicate with the outside world for the first time on an expedition. Tibet’s Secret Mountain is a story of discovery as much as it is an account of the expeditions, and it is this that sets it apart from other mountaineering memoirs. The focus not only on the climbing itself, but the experiences, people and tensions that accompany it, offers a poignancy that anyone with a love of adventure will identify with. Beautifully written and full of unfailing cheer, Tibet’s Secret Mountain is Bonington and Clarke’s love letter to mountaineering.

Across Many Mountains

Author :Yangzom Brauen
ISBN :9781429987929
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A powerful, emotional memoir and an extraordinary portrait of three generations of Tibetan women whose lives are forever changed when Chairman Mao's Red Army crushes Tibetan independence, sending a young mother and her six-year-old daughter on a treacherous journey across the snowy Himalayas toward freedom Kunsang thought she would never leave Tibet. One of the country's youngest Buddhist nuns, she grew up in a remote mountain village where, as a teenager, she entered the local nunnery. Though simple, Kunsang's life gave her all she needed: a oneness with nature and a sense of the spiritual in all things. She married a monk, had two children, and lived in peace and prayer. But not for long. There was a saying in Tibet: 'When the iron bird flies and horses run on wheels, the Tibetan people will be scattered like ants across the face of the earth.' The Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1950 changed everything. When soldiers arrived at her mountain monastery, destroying everything in their path, Kunsang and her family fled across the Himalayas only to spend years in Indian refugee camps. She lost both her husband and her youngest child on that journey, but the future held an extraordinary turn of events that would forever change her life--the arrival in the refugee camps of a cultured young Swiss man long fascinated with Tibet. Martin Brauen will fall instantly in love with Kunsang's young daughter, Sonam, eventually winning her heart and hand, and taking mother and daughter with him to Switzerland, where Yangzom will be born. Many stories lie hidden until the right person arrives to tell them. In rescuing the story of her now 90-year-old inspirational grandmother and her mother, Yangzom Brauen has given us a book full of love, courage, and triumph,as well as allowing us a rare and vivid glimpse of life in rural Tibet before the arrival of the Chinese. Most importantly, though, ACROSS MANY MOUNTAINS is a testament to three strong, determined women who are linked by an unbreakable family bond.

The Sacred Mountain Of Tibet

Author :Russell Johnson
ISBN :0892813253
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Describes the Tibetan pilgrimage around Mount Kailas, shows the difficult route, and explains the pilgrimage's religious significance.

A Mountain In Tibet

Author :Charles Allen
ISBN :OCLC:795677216
Genre :Kailas, Mount (China)
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Tibet S Sacred Mountain

Author :Russell Johnson
ISBN :0892818476
Genre :Body, Mind & Spirit
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• The record of a spiritual journey through an extraordinary land, and of the devoted pilgrims who seek to climb Mount Kailas. • Two Americans recount their experiences during the sacred pilgrimage to one of the most remote places on Earth. • With more than 100 color photographs that capture the awe-inspiring landscape and the tireless determination of the pilgrims. In a remote corner of western Tibet, in one of the highest, most pristine places on Earth, rises a sublime snow-clad pyramid of rock and snow--Mount Kailas. To Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims this 22,028-foot mountain is the throne of the gods, the 'Navel of the Earth,' the place where the divine takes earthly form. For more than a thousand years these pilgrims have journeyed here to pay homage to the mountain's mystery, circumambulating it in an ancient ritual of devotion that continues to the present day. Spinning prayer wheels, chanting mantras, and prostrating themselves at shrines, the pilgrims make the arduous climb toward the physical and emotional high point of the journey, the lofty pass known as the Dolma La. With spectacular color photography and vivid travel writing, Tibet's Sacred Mountain provides a stunning account of this awe-inspiring landscape, and of the variety, vitality, and sheer determination of the pilgrims who venture there. Both photographer Russell Johnson and writer Kerry Moran have made the difficult pilgrimage around the mountain several times. Tibet's Sacred Mountain is the record of their inspiring journey that opens a window on a magical land of pure light and dazzling color where the temporal and the eternal unite and where every feature of the landscape holds its own divinity.

The Cult Of Pure Crystal Mountain

Author :Toni Huber
ISBN :0195353137
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The Tibetan district of Tsari with its sacred snow-covered peak of Pure Crystal Mountain has long been a place of symbolic and ritual significance for Tibetan peoples. In this book, Toni Huber provides the first thorough study of a major Tibetan Buddhist pilgrimage center and cult mountain, and explores the esoteric and popular traditions of ritual there. The main focus is on the period of the 1940s and '50s, just prior to the 1959 Lhasa uprising and subsequent Tibetan diaspora into South Asia. Huber's work thus documents Tibetan life patterns and cultural traditions which have largely disappeared with the advent of Chinese colonial modernity in Tibet. In addition to the work's documentary content, Huber offers discussion and analysis of the construction and meaning of Tibetan cultural categories of space, place, and person, and the practice of ritual and organization of traditional society in relation to them.

Circling The Sacred Mountain

Author :Robert A. F. Thurman
ISBN :UVA:X004296376
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This true story of spiritual mountain adventure is told by a trekking group's leader, a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, and one of its members, a student struggling to acclimate both physically and emotionally to his surroundings.

Sketch Of The Geography And Geology Of The Himalaya Mountains And Tibet

Author :Burrard Sidney Gerald
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Faces Of Tibet

Author :Wayne Jex
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These are some of the people I have met in my journeys to Tibet and nearby areas in Asia. The purpose of this book is very simple. It is to connect the person viewing this book to the people of Tibet; from the beggars who came to our camps of foreigners looking for food or a little money, to highly realized Buddhist Lamas. It is to put a human face on Tibet and the issues concerning the Tibetan people. The gaze of most of these people into the camera is direct and unflinching. The eyes communicate to me the pride they have in being Tibetan and in their culture and religion. They communicate strength to me: physical, spiritual, and cultural. I am hoping that someone picking up this book is either informed about the history of Tibet since 1949, or will be motivated by the book to become more informed about that history and the current situation in Tibet as well as ethnically Tibetan areas. I wont make any political statements myself because I want to eliminate even the possibility of repercussions on any of the people shown because of what I may have said. This is also why I wont give very many names. A few words about where the photos were taken. The largest number of them were taken at Katog Mardo Tashi Choling, a Buddhist monastery in what was historically the Golok area of Amdo Province of Tibet. It is now part of Qinghai Province of China. I spent 2 months at the monastery in the summer of 2007. The abbot of the monastery is Khentrul Lodro Thaye Rinpoche, who is of the Katog lineage of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. He is now a citizen of the United States and I have been a student of his teaching of the Buddhist Dharma since 2004. His website is: https://katogcholing.com/ At the peak, there were over 80 of Khentrul Rinpoches Western students at his monastery. The main reason I went there was that H. H. Katog Moktsa Rinpoche was going to be giving 5 days of empowerments in August. An empowerment is a ritual in Vajrayana Buddhism which initiates a student into a particular deity practice. Moktsa Rinpoche is one of the five golden throne holders of the Nyingma Katog lineage and is revered as 'the Father of Katog Lineage'. He is the abbot of Katog monastery in the Kham area of Tibet, (now part of Sichuan Province of China) the mother monastery of Katog Mardo Tashi Choling. Its easy to find out a lot more information about both Rinpoches online so I wont give any more information. Tibetan monks and nuns and lay people also journeyed to see him. I and around 10 other Americans arrived about 5 weeks earlier than the majority of the students and helped arrange things for their arrival and helped teach English in the monastery school. Rinpoche is an honorific term used in Tibetan Buddhism. It literally means 'precious one,' and is used to address or describe Tibetan lamas and other high-ranking or respected teachers. This honor is generally bestowed on reincarnated lamas, or Tulkus, by default. In other cases it is earned over time, and often bestowed spontaneously by the teacher's students. A few photos were taken in 2005 when I journeyed to Tibet to do a pilgrimage, or circumambulation, around Mt. Kailash in western Tibet. We started in Lhasa and drove to Mt. Kailash, visiting the cities of Gyantse and Shigatse along the way. Mt. Kailash is the holiest mountain in Tibet to Tibetan Buddhists and also to Hindus. Hindus consider it to be the home of Shiva, and Tibetan Buddhists believe it is the home of the deity Chakrasamvara. The Bon religion, which predates Buddhism in Tibet, believes it is the seat of all spiritual power. It is also significant in Jainism. There is a pilgrimage route of 32 miles around the mountain. At the time you could drive about a third of the 32 miles, and the rest had to be walked. It is considered more beneficial and meritorious to walk the entire way. The highest poin

To The Untouched Mountain

Author :Warwick Anderson
ISBN :0589014730
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Sorrow Mountain

Author :A. ni dpal ldan sgrol ma
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Author: Heinrich Harrer
Original Title: Seven Years in Tibet
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