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tibetan khampa women

A female Shiva sadhu (sadhvi) in Haridwar, India, holding a Japa mala. (Photo: Brett Davies, 2010)

A female Shiva sadhu (sadhvi) gives blessings to passers by and devotees in Haridwar, India.

Buddhist nun in Choglamsar in the Leh Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir State, India.

“The road to happiness starts with a deep breath and an awareness of the many blessings tied to that single breath.” ― Richelle E.

Tibet-Rider by sheng-fa lin 林勝發

Tibet-Rider by sheng-fa lin 林勝發

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Oh so shy, or not so very happy! Traditional Tibetan Clothing - China and Tibet - Xi Zang 西藏 - - China News, Society & Culture

Prayer Wheel - Tibet * 1500 free paper dolls for girls at Arielle Gabriels International Paper Doll Society also her new book explores her life as a mystic suffering financial disaster in Hong Kong The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles a unique memoir*

Prayer Wheel - Tibet * 1500 free paper dolls for girls at Arielle Gabriels…

Female Sadhu (Hindu Holywoman) arrive to take Shahi Snan (royal bath) at the bank of Sangam confluence of river Ganga. Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Female Sadhu (Hindu Holywoman) arrive to take Shahi Snan (royal bath) at the bank of Sangam confluence of river Ganga

A la découverte du peuple khampa, fiers guerriers et brigands-gentilshommes. https://turandoscope.wordpress.com/

The most stylish tribes/ethnicities of the world

Tibetan man, nomad culture, in traditional costume # Tibetan # Culture

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by Alison Wright Tagong, Kham, Tibet A Tibetan girl dressed in traditional clothes for a horse festival.

Tashi Tseringma, one of the Tibetan Five Sisters of Long Life - protectoress of the Dharma, embodied as Gaurishankar mountain. She is white with one face and two arms, holding a golden nine-pronged vajra in her right and a long-life flask ornamented with an auspicious knot and a swastika in her left hand. Her mount is a white snow-lioness.

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Fact: Princess Amidala's headdresses were inspired by Tibetan ones like these | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

King Gesar Arts Festival / Khampa arts festival in the Kham region of Tibet

Buddhist head gear

Buddhist Art and Architecture: Tibetan Buddhist Art

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