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dzi-man.Tibetan man circa 1920s

Above photo: Different types of ancient dZi beads (Wylie: gZi) In Tibet and the Himalayan regions the word dZi (say zee) is the .

Khampa Tibetan Girl from wealthy family wears gilded crown headdress and necklace as well as coral, dzi and ivory beads and bracelets at Litang Horse Festival circa 1998

Khampa Tibetan Girl from wealthy family wears gilded crown headdress and necklace as well as coral, dzi and ivory beads and bracelets at Litang Horse Festival circa 1998

Tibetan dZi and other Himalayan Beads: January 2005

A Tibetan Pilgrim wearing his mala (prayer beads), dZi and coral.

男性も女性もアクセサリーじゃらじゃら!カラフルなチベット衣装 - NAVER まとめ

JP: Tibetan guy from near Dabpa, Kham (or Daocheng, Yunnan for the Chinese) dressed in traditional clothes a summer horse racefestival

Traditional Tibetan adornment

Khampa woman in traditional festive attire of her region. Big parts(oval, square etc) on her costume- boxes for amulets. She wears all family jewelry.

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