Published April 1, 1989
by Aditya Prakashan .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1037|
Part-I Back of the Book Fundamental studies on Tibetology are incorporated in the four volumes (seven bindings) of Professor Giuseppe Tucci' s Indo- Tibetica. As the work appeared in Italian, very few scholars have benefited by the' crucial results of Tucci' s investigations and perceptions. Moreover, Indologists hardly ever approached it, as Tucci used Tibetan terms like mchod-rten . Get this from a library! Gyantse and its monasteries: English version of Indo-Tibetica IV, 1-. [Giuseppe Tucci; Lokesh Chandra.]. : Gyantse and its Monasteries (3-Volume Set) () by Giuseppe Tucci and a great selection of similar New, Used and 4/5(1). Gyantse County officially Gyangzê County (Tibetan: རྒྱལ་རྩེ་རྫོང་།, Wylie: rgyal rtse rdzong, ZYPY: Gyangzê Zong; Chinese: 江孜县; pinyin: Jiāngzī Xiàn) is a county of Xigazê in the Tibet Autonomous main settlement is Gyantse Town known for its monasteries.. Town and townships. 1 town and 18 townships: Autonomous region: Tibet.
Namse Bangdzo Bookstore offers a wide selection on Buddhist books, fine Tibetan Buddhist art: statues and thangkas, and Dharma practice materials. "The superb monastery of Gyantse is described in all scientific details for the first time in this book. The most outstanding monument of the region is the Kumbum of Gyantse, also known as Dpal-hkhor chos-sde, important both for its architecture and for its paintings. The Palcho Monastery  or Pelkor Chode Monastery or Shekar Gyantse  is the main monastery in the Nyangchu river valley in Gyantse, Gyantse County, Shigatse Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, monastery precinct is a complex of structures which, apart from the Tsuklakhang Monastery, also includes its Kumbum, believed Country: People's Republic of China. This book was first pubblished in , when Giuseppe Tucci had been regularly visiting Tibet and India. The dominating cultural ideas in psychology in that period were jungian and since Jung had envisaged in mandalas the practical application of his archetype theory and orientalism was at one of its reiterating climaxes, Tucci pubblished his "Theory and Practice of Mandala" in the Cited by:
Gyantse worth a visit in Tibet When you plan your trip to Tibet, make sure you include a visit to Gyantse which is on the southern road from Lhasa, once an ancient trade route between Nepal, Tibet, Sikkim and other areas. The highlight of a visit to Gyantse is the magnificent tiered Kumbum which has 77 chapels on 6 floors. It was built around and 5/5(). Lhasa - Gyantse-Sigatse in main cities of the rich history, natural beauty and attraction on Tibet. This tour is also called Golden Route among Tibet tour will show you most of the real highlights of Tibet, landscape, snow capes mountains, Lakes, monasteries and . Great masterpieces, however, came only from two of these five monasteries (Mindrol Ling, Shalu). If one follows the comments of the German organisers the monastic institutions of Mindrol Ling, Gyantse, Shalu, Tashi Lhunpo and Sakya were very cooperative and even proud to have some of their treasures shown in the far West. Gyantse Hotel: Tired but Different - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Gyantse Hotel at Tripadvisor.3/5.