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Tibet is a plateau region in Asia, north of the Himalayas. It is home to the Tibetan people, and to some other ethnic groups such as Monpas and Lhobas, and is inhabited by considerable numbers of Han and Hui people. Tibet is the highest region on earth, with an average elevation of 4,900 meters (16,000 ft). It is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world.  During Tibet's history, starting from the 7th century, it has existed as a unified empire and as a region of separate self-governing territories, vassal states, and Chinese provinces. In the interregnums, various sects of Tibetan Buddhism, secular nobles, and foreign rulers have vied for power in Tibet. The latest religious struggle marked the ascendancy of the Dalai Lamas to power in western Tibet in the 17th century, though his rule was often merely nominal with real power resting in the hands of various regents and viceroys. Today, most of cultural Tibet is ruled as autonomous areas in the People's Republic of China.

 

Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

This wall calendar for 2014 features a dozen photographs of the people, art, and architecture of Tibet. ISBN: 1617912891 UPC: 825600042898


Wisdom of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Wisdom of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

This wall calendar for 2014 features a collection of quotations of Tibetan Wisdom with a imagery showing the simplicity and beauty of the people and scenic impressions of the land of snow.


Buddha Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Buddha Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

This wall calendar for 2014 features a collection of impressive imagery of the character in which Tibetan people express their art of living the Buddhist philosophy in harmony with the environment.


Sacred Art of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Sacred Art of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

This wall calendar features a collection of Tibetan iconography of Buddha's and deities, mostly in Nevari style, representing the mergence of Tibetan and Indian style. Beautiful and practice oriented.


Sacred Images of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Sacred Images of Tibet 2014 Wall Calendar

Classic images of authentic Tibetan thangka paintings open a sacred doorway into the world of Tibetan Buddhism. The strikingly displayed meditative images of buddhas, goddesses and tantric figures are paired with illuminating text revealing their meaning and symbolism. The paintings are all created by master thangka artists living in Kathmandu, Nepal. These images have been used for centuries to awaken and expand consciousness. Your purchase of this calendar helps support the Development of Children and Women Center in Kathmandu and the Tibetan Lama Fund.


The Tibetans

The Tibetans

The emergence of the People's Republic of China and its occupation of Tibet beginning in the mid-20th century opened Tibet to the outside world and brought us more images of Tibetans.  Nonetheless, the Tibetans and their plight still remain significantly shrouded by Chinese government policies that restrict freedom of movement and speech, and access to foreign visitors. Ironically, the Chinese tourists who travel to Tibet by the millions each year and?become?captivated by the enigmatic beauty and dignity of Tibet and the Tibetan people,?could possibly become proponents of a future Tibet that retains its unique identity.? The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT)'s 2014 calendar provides you a glimpse of Tibetans in their homeland, in salute to the indomitable spirit of this great people. Your purchase of this calendar provides funds for ICT to further its work to promote the human rights and democratic freedoms for the people of Tibet. Founded in 1988, ICT is a nonprofit membership organization with offices in Washington DC, Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, London, and Australia, in partnership with the Australia Tibet Council. Please visit www.savetibet.org.


Insight from the Dalai Lama 2014 Desk Calendar

Insight from the Dalai Lama 2014 Desk Calendar

Although recognized internationally as a champion of human rights and an environmentalist, His Holiness the Dalai Lama refers to himself as "a simple Buddhist monk from Tibet."  Known worldwide for his views on compassion, self-discipline, and nonviolence, the Dalai Lama inspires millions of people to live according to his teachings. In the Insight from the Dalai Lama 2014 Day-to-Day Calendar, readers will find straightforward and insightful quotes from a man of great inner peace and happiness.


The Dalai Lama 2014 Wall Calendar

The Dalai Lama 2014 Wall Calendar

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is one of the most respected spiritual leaders and teachers living in the world today.  Buddhists revere him as the living god of love and compassion, and yet he refers to himself as a simple monk. His gentle, humorous expression of wisdom and compassion serves as an inspiration to millions. The Dalai Lama, Heart of Wisdom wall calendar features twelve inspiring photographs courtesy of the Office of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. These images capture the universal human spirit and guide us through the year with a sense of hope and compassion.


Homage to the Dalai Lama 2014 Wall Calendar

Homage to the Dalai Lama 2014 Wall Calendar

This wall calendar for 2014 features a collection of intimate images of the unique personality of the Dalai Lama. With 12 quotations from His speeches and teachings.


 

 



 

      

 

 


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