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Tibet: The Country and its Inhabitants
By: F. Genard

Tibet: The Country and its Inhabitants

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Author: F. Genard
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9788121210249
Publication Date: 1904/2010

Product Code: 16633

Tibet is a place of mystic Buddhism, conserved into its own cult, with its generic Bodpa inhabitants in one unity of manners and language.  Tibet occupies the most enormous and highest mass of mountains, and broadly divided into two regions-is full of lakes and rivers.  The graceful river of Brahmaputra receives the life-blood here in the glan of sporting fountains to serpent the longest earth up through the Indian inviting plains.  Graceful Tibet resides on the roof of the world with her inhabitants, cultured to bespeak of innocent godliness and the diseaseless beauty.  More often, it seems a land, high on the world, of angels and angel-ladies.  Dilapitated, though in recent years by the insincere and non-authoritative aggression of federal red China the mountainous living of the people has increased in adverse conditions, the richness of religion and customs has braved them, the angels to assert their non-violent and peaceful proclaims more ditcinctively for no-controversial democratic liberty, under the policy and administration head, clergy Dalai Lama.

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