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Murals and Thangkas
Thangka and mural are similar in their content and expressive techniques.Diverse themes are contained in murals and thangkas, and include historical events, profiles, religious doctrines, Tibetan customs, folk legends, and fairy tales.

3rd National Minority Art Festival in Beijing 2007-12-10
The 3rd National Minority Art Festival of China was grandly held in Beijing from September 5 to 25.
The signs that indicate physical decay in Tibetan culture 2007-04-28
Specific factors such as the month, day, hour, planets and constellations, and in addition the physical constitution of father and mother, prefigure the physical and psychological distinguishing features of each person.
Tibetan Painting in Its Professional Way 2007-12-05
Bstan Pa Rab Brtan, a professor of Tibetan painting major of University of Tibet,he is now working hard to pass the essence of traditional Tibetan paintings to the youths.
Side Frame of a Mural Depicting a Travel on Vehicles 2007-12-05
Side frames are usually painted on murals in monasteries, and patterns, flowers, scripts, or Vajra clubs (thunderbolt) are usually decorated on them.
Rock Paintings in Tibet 2007-12-05
Rock paintings in Tibet belong to the northern school. So far as themes are concerned, they depict hunting and religious rituals.
Rock Carvings in Lhasa 2007-12-05
Located at the Lingkor Road in the southern part of Lhasa and at the southwestern part of the Yaowangshan, a rock stands conspicuously with a height of over 20 meters and a width of some 30 meters.
Mural,Tubo, from the Jo-khang Temple 2007-12-05
This mural was painted on the wall of the Jo-khang Temple in the Tubo period.
How ancient art form built bridges 2007-12-07
Tangdong Gyibo organized performances to raise money for build an iron chain bridge over every river in Tibet.
Brothers Don-yod and Don-grub 2007-12-07
As the script Of a Tibetan opera, the story appears in two editions printed by woodblock, one entitled The Secret History of Pan-chen-blo-bzang-yes-shes and the other with the title, Story of Brothers Don-yod and Don-grub.
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