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Photographs Album details for shelfmark Photo 1112/5

Bell Collection: Photographs of Tibet and Sikkim ('J' series).

Photographers: Sir Charles Bell, Phipraj, K.C. Pyne
Contents: 607 prints 110x85mm 50 170x125mm Gelatin silver prints
Provenance: Presented by Major A.F. Bell. Transferred from OIOC European Manuscripts, Mss Eur F80/286, August 2002
Notes:
Subjects:
Description: Collection of 607 loose prints relating to Tibet and Sikkim, photographed by Bell and others. Captions are taken from the typescript catalogue of the collection.



Album contents:-
Photo 1112/5(1) Pasang Lepcha, bearer. 
Photo 1112/5(2) Pasang Lepcha, bearer. 
Photo 1112/5(3) Pasang Lepcha, bearer. 
Photo 1112/5(4) Pasang Lepcha, bearer. 
Photo 1112/5(5) Pasang Lepcha, bearer. 
Photo 1112/5(6) Dewan Bahadur Palhese. 
Photo 1112/5(7) Dewan Bahadur Palhese. 
Photo 1112/5(8) Tibetan nun with long hair rolled on top of head, carrying prayer wheel in right hand and rosary in left. Nying-ma [unreformed] sect. 
Photo 1112/5(9) A Newar carrying kukri, half-length portrait, Nepal. 
Photo 1112/5(10) A Newar carrying a kukri, full-length. Note Nepalese type of shoes. 
Photo 1112/5(11) A Lepcha, full-length. 
Photo 1112/5(12) A Lepcha, head and shoulders. 
Photo 1112/5(13) Lepcha woman, full-length. 
Photo 1112/5(14) Lepcha woman, head and shoulders. 
Photo 1112/5(15) Nepalese Brahman who has turned Sadhu. 
Photo 1112/5(16) Nying-ma [unreformed sect] priest, red (maroon) robe and hat of same red (maroon) colour. Rosary in left hand with wooden beads. Full-length. 
Photo 1112/5(17) Nying-ma [unreformed sect] priest, red (maroon) robe and hat of same red (maroon) colour. Rosary in left hand with wooden beads. Half-length. 
Photo 1112/5(18) Nying-ma [unreformed sect] priest blessing a layman, resting his right hand on the layman's bowed head. 
Photo 1112/5(19) Ge-luk-pa [reformed sect] priest, bareheaded. The bag in front holds the bottle of holy water. Robe of same maroon colour as that of Nying-ma priest. 
Photo 1112/5(20) [Two monks: not listed in Bell's index.] 
Photo 1112/5(21) Tibetan girls kicking shuttle with side of foot in game known as 'Thepi' in Nepalese, and 'Te-pe' in Tibetan. 
Photo 1112/5(22) Tibetan girls kicking shuttle with side of foot in game known as 'Thepi' in Nepalese, and 'Te-pe' in Tibetan. 
Photo 1112/5(23) Rai Bahadur Dzasa Nor-bhu Dhon-dup, head and shoulders, full face. 
Photo 1112/5(24) Rai Bahadur Dzasa Nor-bhu Dhon-dup, half-length, full face. 
Photo 1112/5(25) Two Tibetan turning prayer barrels in verandah of monastery above Kalimpong, the monastery in which the ge-she of Tro-mo lives. 
Photo 1112/5(26) Another view of prayer barrels at the monastery outside Kalimpong, with three women turning them. 
Photo 1112/5(27) Tibetan man putting up prayer flags in the precincts of the monastery above Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(28) Two women with a man putting up prayer flags in the precincts of the monastery above Kalimpong and burning incense, after which they will turn the prayer barrels in the monastery. The incense smoke has dimmed the womens' faces. 
Photo 1112/5(29) Four Tibetan beggars carrying loads containing blankets for their bedding, copper cooking pots, wooden eating bowls, tents of white cotton (not yak hair) and bamboo tent poles. Returning to Tibet from Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(30) Close view of two of the beggars (man and young boy), from the group in print 29. Photographed on the Kalimpong-Pedong road. 
Photo 1112/5(31) Tibetan man and his wife, donkey drivers, seated in front of their tent, near Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(32) A party of Tibetans eating their midday meal, rice, meat, etc., below the Kalimpong-Pedong road about half a mile beyond Kalimpong on the way to Pedong. Above are bamboos and cryptotineria trees. 
Photo 1112/5(33) A Lepcha man, full-length portrait. 
Photo 1112/5(34) Tibetan nun wearing necklace of wooden beads. 
Photo 1112/5(35) The agent at Kalimpong of Pang-da-tsang. 
Photo 1112/5(36) The agent at Kalimpong of Pang-da-tsang. 
Photo 1112/5(37) The agent at Kalimpong of Pang-da-tsang. 
Photo 1112/5(38) Gurkha Chetri, full-length, standing by light grey stone wall of Town Hall in Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(39) Gurkha Chetri, half-length, standing by light grey stone wall of Town Hall in Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(40) Dewan Bahadur Palhese [half-length portrait]. 
Photo 1112/5(41) Dewan Bahadur Palhese [half-length portrait]. (Telephoto.) 
Photo 1112/5(42) [Portrait of two unidentified men, possibly at Kalimpong: not listed in Bell's index.] 
Photo 1112/5(43) Tibetan girl playing the game of te-pe (thek-hphel), kicking shuttlecock sideways with foot. The shuttle has come down, she has caught it on the side of the right foot and is kicking it up again. The other two girls are looking on. 
Photo 1112/5(44) Tibetan girl playing the game of te-pe (thek-hphel). The shuttle is now in the air, half-way up. 
Photo 1112/5(45) Tibetan girl playing the game of te-pe (thek-hphel). The shuttle is now near the highest point of its flight. 
Photo 1112/5(46) Bhutanese telling his beads, with a Tibetan sitting on either side of him. 
Photo 1112/5(47) A Lepcha and his wife, Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(48) The Lepcha man of print 47, with Lepcha bow and two arrows. The bow is split bamboo. The arrowas are of cane. 
Photo 1112/5(49) Lepcha family at home, Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(50) Tibetan prayer flags outside the monastery at Kalimpong, which can be seen behind. Among the flags stands one of the monks. The flag-posts are of bamboo, the cloths are from Japan and are of white colour with the prayers stamped on them. 
Photo 1112/5(51) Woman turning prayer cylinder in Kalimpong monastery near the cart road. 
Photo 1112/5(52) Tibetan woman holding a prayer wheel and rosary. 
Photo 1112/5(53) Close view of the prayer wheel seen in print 52. At the top of the handle is a bone ring. 
Photo 1112/5(54) The same prayer wheel open. Inside can be seen the cloth cover which encloses the rolled strips of paper on which the prayers are stamped. In this wheel the paper is rolled round and round many times. 
Photo 1112/5(55) Kalimpong town, the nearer portion being the Tibetan quarter. 
Photo 1112/5(56) The market-place in Kalimpong, showing the stalls. 
Photo 1112/5(57) Section of the market at Kalimpong, with traders in the foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(58) Muleteers eating their midday meal near Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(59) Woman turning prayer cylinder in Kalimpong monastery near the cart road. 
Photo 1112/5(60) Tibetan bookseller with his books in Kalimpong market-place. The books are arranged on the ground in front of him. The Tibetan woman in the foreground is selling beads, small mirrors and Tibetan cheese made from yak's milk. 
Photo 1112/5(61) Dewan Bahadur Palhese on verandah of Elza Lodge, Kalimpong. 
Photo 1112/5(62) Tibetan woman from Eastern Tibet (Kam) with prayer wheel and staff: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(63) Two Tibetan nuns from eastern Tibet. 
Photo 1112/5(64) Tibetan nuns from eastern Tibet. 
Photo 1112/5(65) Lepcha woman from Kankibong in Kalimpong subdivision (half-length portrait). 
Photo 1112/5(66) Lepcha woman from Kankibong in Kalimpong subdivision (full-length portrait). 
Photo 1112/5(67) A cone of tea. 
Photo 1112/5(68) Two Tibetans riding over the bridge at Chumbi, 1 miles below Sha-si-ma. 
Photo 1112/5(69) Chorten among prayer flags near Chumbi village. Part of Chumbi village on opposite bank of river. 
Photo 1112/5(70) A Ngak-pa [exorcist priest] at Sha-si-ma. His robe, made in Bhutan, is of turkey-red and cream; holds prayer wheel and rosary. 
Photo 1112/5(71) A Tro-mo-wa [Chumbi Valley] woman, full-face, holding prayer wheel and rosary. Her gown is of different colours, red, green, etc., and over this gown at the back is turkey-red held together by a silver clasp. 
Photo 1112/5(72) Another Tro-mo-wa [Chumbi Valley] woman with face turned sideways. Holds prayer wheel. Silver clasp of shawl shows clearly. More colour in gown than print 71 because newer. 
Photo 1112/5(73) Tro-mo-wa [Chumbi Valley] man holding prayer wheel. Dagger in belt. 
Photo 1112/5(74) Tibetan doctor in Chumbi Valley feeling a woman's pulse: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(75) Tibetan doctor in Chumbi Valley feeling a woman's pulse. 
Photo 1112/5(76) High priest of Pon monastery at Pu-mo-gang in Chumbi Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(77) Interior of Pu-mo-gang Pon monastery, showing image and appurtenances very much like a Tibetan Buddhist monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(78) Close view of image seen in print 77. The high priest says the image is of Gurn Rim-po-che (Padma Sambhava). 
Photo 1112/5(79) Pu-mo-gang village, where the Pon monastery is. 
Photo 1112/5(80) Waterfall at Do-ta in Chumbi Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(81) A trunk of a tree forming a bridge across the Ammo-Chu at Do-ta. near the Do-ta waterfall. A Tibetan boy is walking across it. 
Photo 1112/5(82) Our transport mules between Gau-tsa and Do-ta. 
Photo 1112/5(83) Waterfall near 'The Kam-pa's Ford' (Kam-pa Rap), between Do-ta and first entrance on to Pa-ri Plain. 
Photo 1112/5(84) Entrance door of a house in Pa-ri, showing how one goes down, not up, into the Pa-ri houses. This is to keep the wind out and make the houses warmer. On the top of the door is a very rough design of the sun and moon. 
Photo 1112/5(85) Some houses in Pa-ri, including the house seen in print 84, at bottom left-hand corner. 
Photo 1112/5(86) Roofs of houses in Pa-ri. The figure on the left is standing on the edge of a trap door which lets him down into the house through the roof. 
Photo 1112/5(87) A Tibetan gentleman riding near Pa-ri. He wears a fur cap, on his right side he carries a pistol, saddle bags of yak hide. Pony's tail knotted in two parts. 
Photo 1112/5(88) Yaks at Pa-ri being loaded with grain for other districts. In the background the Pa-ri plain and surrounding hills. 
Photo 1112/5(89) Two women at Pa-ri carrying water in water buckets of the type commonly used. 
Photo 1112/5(90) Tents pitched by the Dzong-pons for a religious festival at Pa-ri. The white tents are those of the gentry, the black tents are of yak-hair and accommodate the lesser folk. 
Photo 1112/5(91) Muleteers at Pa-ri having their midday meal. 
Photo 1112/5(92) Muleteers at Pa-ri having their midday meal. 
Photo 1112/5(93) Tibetan boy at Pa-ri 
Photo 1112/5(94) Tibetan at the house of Pang-da-tsang, the Tibetan Government's Commercial Agent at Pa-ri. He holds a Tibetan mastiff, heavily chained. 
Photo 1112/5(95) Tibetan bullock cart at Pa-ri. 
Photo 1112/5(96) One of the Pa-ri Dzong-pons, in conical hat of cane with threads of red silk hanging down it, in front of the entrance to the dak bungalow at Pa-ri. Pal-hese stands on extreme right. The Dzong-pon has come to see us off, we are leaving Pa-ri for Tu-na. 
Photo 1112/5(97) One of the Pa-ri Dzong-pons standing on the steps of the dak bungalow verandah at Pa-ri. The man in European clothes who has come out to stand on the verandah (out of focus), is the Pa-ri postmaster, a Nepali. 
Photo 1112/5(98) Yaks on the Pa-ri plain. Dzong in background. 
Photo 1112/5(99) On Pa-ri plain. Woman going to her field with her yak, on which are carried the spade and other agricultural implements. Round the yak's neck is a leather band to which are fastened a number of small bells. 
Photo 1112/5(100) On Pa-ri plain. Yaks drinking water from a pool. (There is no snow on the ground, the white is water). 
Photo 1112/5(101) A part of Cho-mo-lha-ri from Pari plain. 
Photo 1112/5(102) Cho-mo-lha-ri from the Tang la. Two mendicant monks (in foregreound) on pilgrimage. 
Photo 1112/5(103) Close-up portrait of the two mendicant monks seen in print 102. 
Photo 1112/5(104) The 'Otter Lake' (Hram Tso), from between Do-chen and Ka-la. In the background are snow mountains on the Tibet-Bhutan frontier. 
Photo 1112/5(105) The 'Otter Lake' (Hram Tso), from between Do-chen and Ka-la. Sheep in foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(106) The 'Plain of the Three Brothers' (Tang Pun Sum) from near Dochen. In the foreground is a caravan of mules. Behind can be seen a strip of the 'Otter Lake [Hram Tso]. In background the snow mountains of the Bhutan frontier. 
Photo 1112/5(107) Cho-mo-lha-ri from Tu-na. 
Photo 1112/5(108) Mules carrying merchandise crossing 'The Plain of the Three Brothers' [Tang Pun Sum]. Muleteer riding on the near side of the pond. 
Photo 1112/5(109) Mules carrying wool across 'The Plain of the Three Brothers' [Tang Pun Sum]. Muleteers walk behind. 
Photo 1112/5(110) Tibetan cup with saucer and lid, as used by a Tibetan gentleman or lady or position. The cup is of white jade with a slight brownish tinge. The lid and support are of silver. 
Photo 1112/5(111) A pair of yaks ploughing near Sa-ma-da. 
Photo 1112/5(112) Two pairs of yaks ploughing near Sa-ma-da. 
Photo 1112/5(113) Sacred inscription on mountain side above Kang-war [?Kang-mar]. 
Photo 1112/5(114) Bridge over Nyang Chu between Ka-la and Sa-ma-da. 
Photo 1112/5(115) Tibetan travellers, husband and wife, travelling along the bank of the Nyang Chu near Sa-ma-da. Husband carries small son, wife carries their belongings including food, which consists of barley-flour and dried meat. 
Photo 1112/5(116) An inhabitant of Sa-ma-da. Robe of the ordinary grey woollen cloth, so much worn by laymen. Hat also of grey woollen cloth. Top boots old and dirty, of woollen cloth. A serious face. 
Photo 1112/5(117) Close-up of man in print 116. Asked to laugh and does so. 
Photo 1112/5(118) Om Ma-ni Pad-me Hun Hri Om Ma-ni Pad-me Hun Hri (i.e. this formula twice over) carved on a rock near Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(119) Another Om-Ma-ni, etc., carved on a rock, not far from 118, with a figure in the middle. Near Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(120) Clay image of blue Drol-ma in the gorge (Dzam-trang) above San-gang. 
Photo 1112/5(121) View down the Nyang Chu. Taken from near San-gang. 
Photo 1112/5(122) View up the Nyang Chu. Taken from below San-gang. 
Photo 1112/5(123) View down the nyang Chu from below San-gang. An irrigation channel can be seen on the further side of the river. 
Photo 1112/5(124) Sheep in the Nyang Valley below San-gang. 
Photo 1112/5(125) Officiating Tibetan Trade Agent, Gyantse. Ku-sho Labrang Tse (called by some 'The Abbot'). Yellow jacket and maroon robe. 
Photo 1112/5(126) Officiating Tibetan Trade Agent, Gyantse. Ku-sho Labrang Tse (called by some 'The Abbot'). Yellow jacket and maroon robe. 
Photo 1112/5(127) Officiating Tibetan Trade Agent, with Charles Bell, Gyantse. 
Photo 1112/5(128) The two Dzong-pons of Gyantse, centre and left, with Ku-sho Pun-de, a young local landlord. 
Photo 1112/5(129) The two Dzong-pons of Gyantse, centre and left, with Ku-sho Pun-de, a young local landlord. 
Photo 1112/5(130) A fettered convict in Gyang-tse market. 
Photo 1112/5(131) Convicted of theft and therefore fettered. Cheerful with it all; perhaps the large gift of radishes, a favourite Tibetan vegetable, has helped in this. In Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(132) Convicted of theft and therefore fettered. Cheerful with it all; perhaps the large gift of radishes, a favourite Tibetan vegetable, has helped in this. In Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(133) Convicts in Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(134) Monk-pilgrim going by prostration method round sacred way (ling-kor) at Gyang-tse. Standing up praparatory to prostration. On his hands are the wooden slabs to prevent the hands being torn. 
Photo 1112/5(135) Monk-pilgrim going by prostration method round sacred way (ling-kor) at Gyang-tse. Starting to prostrate himself: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(136) Monk-pilgrim going by prostration method round sacred way (ling-kor) at Gyang-tse. Starting to prostrate himself, on all fours. 
Photo 1112/5(137) Monk-pilgrim going by prostration method round sacred way (ling-kor) at Gyang-tse. Fully prostrate. 
Photo 1112/5(138) Monk-pilgrim going by prostration method round sacred way (ling-kor) at Gyang-tse. Standing up again. 
Photo 1112/5(139) A group of people, six men and one boy, who are going to prostrate themselves round the sacred way at Gyang-tse. Note the wooden slabs on their hands, and their leather aprons to prevent injury to their hands and body when prostrating. 
Photo 1112/5(140) Tibetan mastiff (drok-kyi, herdsman's dog) at Pal-kor Cho-de, Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(141) Black Chinese riding mule, with trappings, belonging to Pa-lha Ku-sho of Pen-jor Lhun-po near Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(142) Prayer flags on willow trees by the Nyang Chu at Gyang-tse. The strips are of cotton and the prayers stamped on them. 
Photo 1112/5(143) Prayer flags on willow trees by the Nyang Chu at Gyang-tse. The strips are of cotton and the prayers stamped on them. 
Photo 1112/5(144) Box in which itinerant priest carries images. Box closed. 
Photo 1112/5(145) Box in which itinerant priest carries images. Box open showing images. 
Photo 1112/5(146) Monk, showing sacred pictures and explaining them to passers-by from a book which he holds in his hand. He points out the different images, etc., with a long thin iron rod. A dozen or more such monks sit thus each evening in Gyang-tse town. 
Photo 1112/5(147) The last photograph of the late Dalai Lama. 
Photo 1112/5(148) The last photograph of the late Dalai Lama. 
Photo 1112/5(149) The last photograph of the late Dalai Lama. 
Photo 1112/5(150) Woollen cloth, after being woven, being done up into a bundle. At Pen-jor Lhun-po [the Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(151) Gyan-tsen on highest point of Pa-lha house. Cylindrical, five to six feet high. It is a sign that the owner has, or had, a copy of the Kan-gyur in the house. Possibly it was looted during the fighting with the British or Chinese. 
Photo 1112/5(152) Incense burner on roof of Pen-jor Lhun-po [Pahla estate near Gyantse]. Six feet high. made of stone and mud. The incense is put inside the hole in the upper part. 
Photo 1112/5(153) Swastika in whitewash on wall of Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha family estate near Gyantse].. 
Photo 1112/5(154) Woman spinning woollen thread on roof of Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(155) Women in Pen-jor Lhun-po grinding the sticks from which the dark red dye (tso in Tibetan, Manjith in Hindi) is taken [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(156) Woman weaving a Tibetan rug in Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(157) Dyeing wool with 'tso' dye. The women pour frsh hot water into the bowl from time to time. In Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(158) Religious service performed by a Ngak-pa in Pen-jor Lhun-po [the Palha estate near Gyantse] to bring blessing on the Palha family and their dependents, including particularly the blessing of good crops. 
Photo 1112/5(159) Eastern corner of our sitting-room, a sitting-room and chapel combined, in Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(160) Eastern corner of our sitting-room, a sitting-room and chapel combined, in Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(161) Another view of our sitting-room, in Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. Coloured prints of Chinese girls on wall. 
Photo 1112/5(162) Another view of our sitting-room, in Pen-jor Lhun-po [Palha estate near Gyantse]. Coloured prints of Chinese girls on wall. 
Photo 1112/5(163) Large cho-ten at Pal-kor Cho-de, Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(164) Large cho-ten at Pal-kor Cho-de, Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(165) Envelope with seal of letter from Pan-chen Rim-po-che. 
Photo 1112/5(166) Envelope with seal of letter from Pan-chen Rim-po-che. 
Photo 1112/5(167) Frescoes on the roof of Pal-kor Cho-de Monastery at Gyang-tse, depicting scenes in the previous lives of the Buddha (jatakas). 
Photo 1112/5(168) Frescoes on the roof of Pal-kor Cho-de Monastery at Gyang-tse, depicting scenes in the previous lives of the Buddha (jatakas). 
Photo 1112/5(169) Frescoes on the roof of Pal-kor Cho-de Monastery at Gyang-tse, depicting scenes in the previous lives of the Buddha (jatakas). 
Photo 1112/5(170) Boat of yak-hide on Nyang Chu near Gyang-tse: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(171) Two yak-hide boats on Nyang Chu near Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(172) Two yak-hide boats standing on end, each held by a man. 
Photo 1112/5(173) Yak-hide boat being carried by a man. 
Photo 1112/5(174) Yak-hide boat being carried by a man. 
Photo 1112/5(175) Tibetan actors (a-che-lha-mo). 
Photo 1112/5(176) Tibetan actors beginning to dance. 
Photo 1112/5(177) Tse-chen Monastery, 3 miles below Gyang-tse in Nyang Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(178) Tse-chen Monastery, 3 miles below Gyang-tse in Nyang Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(179) Dewan Bahadur Palhese's wife and son riding on a pony. This was the way they travelled on their marches. 
Photo 1112/5(180) Dewan Bahadur Palhese's wife and son riding on a pony. This was the way they travelled on their marches. 
Photo 1112/5(181) Dewan Bahadur Palhese's wife standing outside Rin-chen-ling Retreat (re-tro), four miles from Drongtse. 
Photo 1112/5(182) Rin-chen-ling Retreat or Hermitage. 
Photo 1112/5(183) Rin-chen-ling Retreat or Hermitage. 
Photo 1112/5(184) Palhese's wife, 3rd from right, at Rin-chen-ling, with servants of Rin-chen-ling. 
Photo 1112/5(185) Woman at Rin-chen-ling holding an old Tibetan mastiff (drok-kyi): PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(186) Old Tibetan mastiff (drok-kyi) at Rin-chen-ling. 
Photo 1112/5(187) Old Tibetan mastiff (drok-kyi) at Rin-chen-ling, rear view. 
Photo 1112/5(188) Another dog at Rin-chen-ling. 
Photo 1112/5(189) Our guide who conducted us, riding in front, from Drong-tse to Rin-chen-ling. 
Photo 1112/5(190) Our guide who conducted us, riding in front, from Drong-tse to Rin-chen-ling. 
Photo 1112/5(191) A servant at Rin-chen-ling making a boot for himself. He is doing the side with woollen thread. On his forefinger is a wooden thimble open at the end. 
Photo 1112/5(192) Three Tibetan children bathing in the river between Gyang-tse and Drong-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(193) Drong-tse Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(194) Our camp at Nor-bu Kyung-tse. D.B. Palhese and myself (Charles Bell) standing in front of my tent. 
Photo 1112/5(195) Our camp at Nor-bu Kyung-tse. [Closer view of] D.B. Palhese and myself (Charles Bell) standing in front of my tent. 
Photo 1112/5(196) Kitchen tent of yak-hair at Nor-bu Kyung-tse. Tse-ring sitting in front drinking tea, cook standing behind. 
Photo 1112/5(197) Kitchen tent of yak-hair at Nor-bu Kyung-tse. Tse-ring standing at entrance, with local Tibetans standing on the left. 
Photo 1112/5(198) Chapel in Ne-sar Monastery, showing the roof only, which is of tiles, copied from Nepal and so from India, showing the extreme age of this chapel and monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(199) Chapel in Ne-sar Monastery, showing the roof only, which is of tiles, copied from Nepal and so from India, showing the extreme age of this chapel and monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(200) Chapel in Ne-sar Monastery, showing the roof only, which is of tiles, copied from Nepal and so from India, showing the extreme age of this chapel and monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(201) Interior of chapel in Ne-sar Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(202) Sacred inscription near Ne-sar Monastery, on hill behind, to Lob-zang Trak-pa (Tsong-ka-pa). 
Photo 1112/5(203) Pe-nam Dzong and houses at foot from across the valley. 
Photo 1112/5(204) Ma-ni wall at Pe-tsa with choten behind and landlord's house behind both. Choten is silvered over. 
Photo 1112/5(205) View of Pe-tsa house, on right; our ling-ka [park] on left. 
Photo 1112/5(206) Stableyard at Pe-tsa with kit-boy and another man. 
Photo 1112/5(207) View of garden house (tro-kang) at Pe-tsa, showing verandah, and behind it, room where I slept. Hollyhocks, asters and marigolds in pots on front of verandah. Dog on roof. 
Photo 1112/5(208) Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery from a distance. 
Photo 1112/5(209) Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery from a distance. 
Photo 1112/5(210) Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. The blank wall on the right is where the large sacred pictures are shown. 
Photo 1112/5(211) [?] Large chotens near west gate of Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(212) Large chotens near west gate of Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(213) Mausoleum of first Pan-chen Rim-po-che [at Tashi-lhunpo]. 
Photo 1112/5(214) Mausoleum of another Pan-chen Rim-po-che [at Tashi-lhunpo]. 
Photo 1112/5(215) At Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. View from the roof showing two of the mausolea and the high temple of Cham-pa (Maitreya) behind. 
Photo 1112/5(216) Pagoda roof on one of the mausolea [of the Panchen Rimpoches] in Ta-shi Lhu-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(217) Roof of mausoleum next to Cham-pa's high temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. 
Photo 1112/5(218) Central finial on the summit of Cham-pa's Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. A chain on each side with bells at intervals which are rung by the wind. 
Photo 1112/5(219) Pillar (but this not the right word) on one of the top corners of Cham-pa's Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. 
Photo 1112/5(220) Brass ornament on corner of roof of Cham-pa's Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. 
Photo 1112/5(221) Five large chotens near west gate of Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(222) Huge image of Gye-wa Cham-pa inside the Cham-pa Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. The face. 
Photo 1112/5(223) Huge image of Gye-wa Cham-pa inside the Cham-pa Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. The face. 
Photo 1112/5(224) Huge image of Gye-wa Cham-pa inside the Cham-pa Temple, Ta-shi Lhun-po. The face, with altar in front. 
Photo 1112/5(225) Shi-ga-tse town from dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(226) In Shi-ga-tse market. 
Photo 1112/5(227) In Shi-ga-tse market. 
Photo 1112/5(228) View in Shi-ga-tse market. Many vendors sit under umbrellas to avoid the sun. 
Photo 1112/5(229) View of Shi-ga-tse market, showing the umbrellas. 
Photo 1112/5(230) Convict wearing heavy wooden cangue; he killed a man in a fight. he will wear this cangue round his neck and the heavy iron fetters on his ankles till his death. He is left to wander about Shi-ga-tse and beg his food and other needs. 
Photo 1112/5(231) Close view of convict wearing the cangue, Shigatse. 
Photo 1112/5(232) Shi-ga-tse market again. Incense twigs in baskets in front. 
Photo 1112/5(233) Monks feeding dogs at Ta-shi Lhun-po as an act of spiritual merit. This photo shows the dogs being called. 
Photo 1112/5(234) Monks feeding dogs at Ta-shi Lhun-po as an act of spiritual merit. This photo shows the dogs being called. 
Photo 1112/5(235) Monks feeding dogs at Ta-shi Lhun-po as an act of spiritual merit. Distributing the food. 
Photo 1112/5(236) Monks feeding dogs at Ta-shi Lhun-po as an act of spiritual merit. The dogs feeding. 
Photo 1112/5(237) Old man (layman) sitting near the western gate of Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery reading one of the sacred books. He does this every day. Passers-by give him alms, though he never asks for them. 
Photo 1112/5(238) Very old willow tree with several trunks growing from the root, on which several people are standing. In the grounds of the Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(239) A man selling clay plaques with images of gods on them. By his side are the dies, made of lead, with which he stamps the images on the clay. 
Photo 1112/5(240) Men-dong near Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(241) Woman seller, laughing, in Shi-ga-tse market. 
Photo 1112/5(242) Woman preparing to prostrate on religious grounds, i.e. for moving from place to place by prostration. 
Photo 1112/5(243) Woman standing with hands together in reverential attitude while uttering a few words of prayer before prostration. 
Photo 1112/5(244) Woman prostrating. Full-length on the ground. 
Photo 1112/5(245) Two monk policemen in Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery with rods and leathern thongs for beating unruly monks. 
Photo 1112/5(246) A school in Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. A monk (centre) is teaching them. At present the pupils are learning to write neatly. 
Photo 1112/5(247) Woman in Shi-ga-tse market selling incense, incense twigs (right centre foreground) and two baskets of incense dust (left foreground). 
Photo 1112/5(248) Guru (left) of Indian monk, Raghubir, from Simla. The Indian monk stands by his side holding a pot of holy water with a peacock's feather in it. 
Photo 1112/5(249) The same guru [as in 248], seated alone beside a window. 
Photo 1112/5(250) The same guru [as in 248-9] reading a sacred book. 
Photo 1112/5(251) Chapel in the private house of the Guru of an Indian monk, Raghubir, from Simla: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(252a) Group at one of my lunch parties at Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(252b) Group at one of my lunch parties at Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(253) Servants of Kyap-ying Chem-mo at our camp at Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(254) My tent at Shi-ga-tse, with over-roof (Cha-yap) lent by Tibetan authorities. Hallett's tent on left. 
Photo 1112/5(255) My tent at Shi-ga-tse, with myself (Charles Bell) sitting in front of it. 
Photo 1112/5(256) My tent at Shi-ga-tse, with myself (Charles Bell) sitting in front of it and Cham-pa standing behind me. 
Photo 1112/5(257) Our mess-tent at Shi-ga-tse, lent by the Tibetan authorities. 
Photo 1112/5(258) Interior of mess-tent at Shi-ga-tse, lent by the Tibetan authorities. 
Photo 1112/5(259) The priest officer who distributes the barley ration to the monks in the Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery. Mounted on a pony; his official designation is Nor Yon. He is the Chief Monastery Magistrate and Paymaster , and has about eight magistrates below him. 
Photo 1112/5(260) The same ecclesiatical official (as in print 259), in official robes standing in the courtyard of his house at Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(261) The same official (as in prints 259-60), in monk's dress, seated with three servants. 
Photo 1112/5(262) The Ecclesiastical Chi-dzong of Shi-ga-tse, standing outside the door of his room in the dzong. In monk's robes: he always wore these, he did not wear official (tse-trung's) attire. 
Photo 1112/5(263) The Ken-chung (immediately subordinate to the Kyap-ying Chem-mo) who showed us round Ta-shi Lhun-po. Standing in one of the rooms in his private house in Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery, with his favourite dog, a Lhasa terrier (ap-so) crouched at his feet. 
Photo 1112/5(264) The Ken-chung (immediately subordinate to the Kyap-ying Chem-mo), with servant holding the dog. 
Photo 1112/5(265) The Ken-chung (immediately subordinate to the Kyap-ying Chem-mo), standing with two lesser officials. The one on the right is the one who distributes the barley (see prints 259-261). In the Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(266) Beggar at Shi-ga-tse, standing by his hut, which is very low, with a stone wall. 
Photo 1112/5(267) Village girl at Shi-ga-tse, carrying her young brother. She is standing on a square stone block, used for mounting ponies. Such blocks are often found outside the houses of the gentry in Tibet. 
Photo 1112/5(268) Monks trading for their monastery. These three are bringing incense sticks to their monastery. They have come from Gyang-tse; this photo was taken in Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(269) A number of yaks with their pack-saddles on. These saddles are made of wood and have leather straps for tying on the loads. Near Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(270) Image of King Ke-sar (Ge-sar) in the Ke-sar Temple, often known as the Chinese Temple, at Shi-ga-tse. He is shown with a large stomach. 
Photo 1112/5(271) Images of three Chinese priests in the Ke-sar Temple, Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(272) An upstairs room in De-chen Po-trang near Shigatse. This is one of the Pan-chen Rim-po-che's Halls of Audience, where he receives officials and blesses the people. 
Photo 1112/5(273) Library at De-chen Po-trang, 'The Palace of the Western Paradise', near Shigatse. 
Photo 1112/5(274) Another corner of the Library at De-chen Po-trang, 'The Palace of the Western Paradise', near Shigatse. Nearer view of books. Painting on pillars, cornices and elsewhere is beautiful, in gold and other colours. 
Photo 1112/5(275) Large image in a chapel in De-chen Po-trang. Rests on a lotus. two peacocks, etc., below. 
Photo 1112/5(276) Large image in a chapel in De-chen Po-trang. Rests on a lotus. two peacocks, etc., below. 
Photo 1112/5(277a) Largish bear in Pan-chen Rim-po-che's menagerie at Kun-kyap-ling. Known as Tre-mo and sometimes as 'Wild Man' (mi-go). Lives in Chang-tang. 
Photo 1112/5(277b) Largish bear in Pan-chen Rim-po-che's menagerie at Kun-kyap-ling. Known as Tre-mo and sometimes as 'Wild Man' (mi-go). Lives in Chang-tang. 
Photo 1112/5(277c) Largish bear in Pan-chen Rim-po-che's menagerie at Kun-kyap-ling. Known as Tre-mo and sometimes as 'Wild Man' (mi-go). Lives in Chang-tang. 
Photo 1112/5(277d) Largish bear in Pan-chen Rim-po-che's menagerie at Kun-kyap-ling. Known as Tre-mo and sometimes as 'Wild Man' (mi-go). Lives in Chang-tang. 
Photo 1112/5(278) View of Kun-kyap-ling, looking up a long grassy enclosure. In left middle distance, the square red pillar is the residence of the god (cho-kyong) who protects Kun-kyap-ling. Streamers of prayer flags are stretched across. 
Photo 1112/5(279) Shi-ga-tse Dzong, the prototype of the Potala. Built of grey stone. Mani wall in centre middle distance. This dzong is by many considered to be the finest dzong in Tibet. 
Photo 1112/5(280) Shi-ga-tse Dzong, telephoto: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(281) Shi-ga-tse Dzong, telephoto view, showing houses at the foot of the dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(282) Shi-ga-tse Dzong, telephoto, showing houses at foot of dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(283) Shi-ga-tse Dzong, ordinary not telephoto, also showing houses at foot of dzong, and a crowd clustered in the market-place in the foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(284) Inside an upstairs courtyard of Shi-ga-tse Dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(285) Court Room in Shi-ga-tse Dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(286) The seats of the two Chi-dzongs in the Court Room of Shi-ga-tse Dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(287) Central courtyard, or open spacing, fronting Shi-ga-tse Dzong Court Room. 
Photo 1112/5(288) Central courtyard, or open spacing, fronting Shi-ga-tse Dzong Court Room, from a different angle.. 
Photo 1112/5(289) Court Room courtyard, Shi-ga-tse Dzong, looking across into another room. The grating on the courtyard floor is to let light into the rooms below. 
Photo 1112/5(290) The 'Arrow Letter' (Da-yik) which is sent in advance to the village headmen, to let them know where I halt, supplies required, etc. 
Photo 1112/5(291) Letter from Ka-sha. 
Photo 1112/5(292) Passport from Tibetan Government to visit Sakya, Shi-ga-tse and Sam-ye. 
Photo 1112/5(293) The Tsang-po from near Shi-ga-tse. Looking across it. It is in heavy flood, 1 miles wide. Small hamlet on left. 
Photo 1112/5(294) The Tsang-po from near Shi-ga-tse. Looking downstream. Small islands are dotted about in the great river. About two miles wide here. 
Photo 1112/5(295) Another view across the Tsang-po, 1 miles from Shi-ga-tse. Taken from the river bank. 
Photo 1112/5(296a) Another view across the Tsang-po from near the same place [1 miles from Shigatse]. Pyne's pony (left foreground), with two Tibetan porters for carrying the cameras. 
Photo 1112/5(296b) Another view across the Tsang-po from near the same place [1 miles from Shigatse]. Pyne's pony (left foreground), with two Tibetan porters for carrying the cameras. 
Photo 1112/5(297) View across the Tsang-po, looking up-stream, 1 miles from Shigatse. Two Tibetans and pony in left foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(298) View across the Tsang-po, looking up-stream, 1 miles from Shigatse. Two Tibetans and pony in left foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(299) Sheep on the bank of the Tsang-po, which flows in the background. Near Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(300) The same flock of sheep [as in print 299] just after the shepherds have bathed them - dipping them under the water. the sheep greatly disliked the bathing. 
Photo 1112/5(301) A theological debate. The figure at the back is the judge. The debater on the left is an Indian from the Simla hills. The commencement of the debate. 
Photo 1112/5(302) A theological debate. Continuing the argument. 
Photo 1112/5(303) A theological debate. Continuing the argument. 
Photo 1112/5(304) A theological debate. Driving a point home. 
Photo 1112/5(305) A theological debate. Over-stepping legitimate bounds. 
Photo 1112/5(306a) A theological debate. Showing the book to prove his point. 
Photo 1112/5(306b) A theological debate. Showing the book to prove his point. 
Photo 1112/5(306c) A theological debate. Showing the book to prove his point. 
Photo 1112/5(307) A theological debate. Following up the argument, after showing the book, which now rests on the lap of the seated debater. 
Photo 1112/5(308) A theological debate. Vigorously concluding the debate. 
Photo 1112/5(309) Images at Ne-tang Monastery near Shi-ga-tse. These images are in the chapel in which the sacred relics are kept. In front of the images can be seen six of the bowls of holy water, with one butter lamp standing above them, one bowl only being to the right 
Photo 1112/5(310) A wooden rack in one of the rooms of the Ne-tang Monastery, where the wooden printing blocks are kept. This perticular rack faces out towards the verandah. The number of each volume can be seen printed on the end of it. 
Photo 1112/5(311) One of the wooden blocks taken out ready for printing, Ne-tang Monastery. It measures 30 by 7 inches. 
Photo 1112/5(312) The Ge-ko (dge-bskos), i.e. police sergeant, at Ne-ten [Ne-tang] Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(313) Monk carrying a teapot that he may pass the tea round. This tea will be given to the servants accompanying me on my visit to Ne-tang Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(314) A party of women crossing bridge over the Nyang Chu near Kun-kyap-ling, near Shi-ga-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(315) A closer view of a party of women crossing bridge over the Nyang Chu near Kun-kyap-ling, near Shi-ga-tse. They are wearing the Tsang headdress. 
Photo 1112/5(316) Looking up the Nyang Chu from a point a little above the bridge mentioned in 315. 
Photo 1112/5(317) Distant view of Ta-shi Lhun-po Monastery from across the Nyang Chu. 
Photo 1112/5(318) Distant view of Shi-ga-tse Dzong from across the Nyang Chu. The dzong shows but faintly, for the mountains behind it are of much the same colour as it is. 
Photo 1112/5(319) Tibetan muleteer with several mules bringing goods from Shi-ga-tse. He carries a single-barrelled rifle for protection against robbers. 
Photo 1112/5(320) Tibetan muleteer with several mules bringing goods from Shi-ga-tse: rear view. 
Photo 1112/5(321) Pack-yaks, unladen, on their way from Shi-ga-tse to Ga-tong Monastery, near Pe-nam. 
Photo 1112/5(322) A priest taking a family to Ta-shi Lhun-po and several other places on pilgrimages. 
Photo 1112/5(323) The father and mother from print 322, on their way on pilgrimage to Ta-shi Lhun-po. 
Photo 1112/5(324) The priest from print 322, on their way on pilgrimage to Ta-shi Lhun-po. A sacred book can be seen on the top of his bundle, his staff under his arm. 
Photo 1112/5(325) The small boy from print 322, on their way on pilgrimage to Ta-shi Lhun-po. He carries a wooden vessel for holding water. 
Photo 1112/5(326) Daughter of group seen in print 322. She carries a bundle of firewood on the top of her load, and she, too, carries an empty vessel of water. 
Photo 1112/5(327) Some of Tibet's unemployed. A family of landless and houseless labourers in the Nyang Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(328) The father and mother of print 327. He carries a prayer wheel in his hand, for, high or low, rich or poor, religion is seldom far from the Tibetan. 
Photo 1112/5(329) Passing through low hills on our way from Sang-nga-ling to Pe-nam. In front, kit-boy, head groom, Harnett, D.B. Palhese and myself. Another groom behind. 
Photo 1112/5(330) Passing through low hills on our way from Sang-nga-ling to Pe-nam. Left to right, Harnett, myself, Palhese. 
Photo 1112/5(331) A postal runner's hut, between Sang-nga-ling and Pe-nam. This is one of the rougher types of postal hut. Some are better. 
Photo 1112/5(332) Ga-tong Monastery in the Nyang Valley, 3 miles below Pe-nam. 
Photo 1112/5(333) Distant view of Ga-tong Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(334) Pe-nam Dzong, showing connected buildings on the ridge to the right of it. 
Photo 1112/5(335) Pe-nam Dzong, showing buildings on ridge and some of the village houses at the foot of the hill on the left. 
Photo 1112/5(336) Pe-nam Dzong, from further off, showing more of the houses at the foot of the hill. 
Photo 1112/5(337) Pe-nam Dzong, close up, showing the main buildings with bastions, etc. 
Photo 1112/5(338a) A house in Pe-nam village. Note the prayer flag on the corners of the roof. Strips of cotton cloth, white and other colours, are attached to sticks. The walls are of mud-bricks, sun-dried, on a low foundation of stones. 
Photo 1112/5(338b) A house in Pe-nam village. Note the prayer flag on the corners of the roof. Strips of cotton cloth, white and other colours, are attached to sticks. The walls are of mud-bricks, sun-dried, on a low foundation of stones. 
Photo 1112/5(339) A large stack of hay on the roof of a house in Pe-nam. It hangs down the wall to the ground; there is, however, no road here, so that ponies cannot drag it away and eat it. 
Photo 1112/5(340) Ku-sho Kyi-buk and family taken on the roof of his house. 
Photo 1112/5(341) Ku-sho Kyi-buk and family taken in the garden of his house. A man-servant standing at each end. 
Photo 1112/5(342) A cell in the Hermitage known as 'The Caves of Happiness' (Nyang To Kyi-puk). The wooden door and the slate blocking up the small opening through which food is pushed. 
Photo 1112/5(343) An inmate in one of the cells in the hermitage known as 'The Caves of Happiness' (Nyang To Kyi-puk). 
Photo 1112/5(344) The Head Lama of 'The Caves of Happiness' (Nyang To Kyi-puk), a lad of 14. He is an incarnation of the Living Buddha. Standing in front of his apartment 
Photo 1112/5(345) The Head Lama of 'The Caves of Happiness' (Nyang To Kyi-puk), sitting in a part of his room, which is screened off at the back of this part to form a cell. 
Photo 1112/5(346) Sheep grazing in the Nyang valley between Pon-kong and Tak-tse. A pond of water in the foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(347) Sheep grazing in the Nyang valley between Pon-kong and Tak-tse. A pond of water in the foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(348) Drong-tse Monastery (left) from across Nyang Chu near Tak-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(349) Pen-jor Lhun-po house, near Gyang-tse, where we lived for about a month. The top right-hand window is in our sitting-room. 
Photo 1112/5(350a) Pen-jor Lhun-po house, near Gyang-tse, a closer view. 
Photo 1112/5(350b) Pen-jor Lhun-po house, near Gyang-tse, a closer view. 
Photo 1112/5(350c) Pen-jor Lhun-po house, near Gyang-tse, a closer view. 
Photo 1112/5(351) Women at work on verandahs on first floor of Pen-jor Lhun-po House [Palha estate near Gyantse]. They are weaving, spinning, etc. 
Photo 1112/5(352) Close view of the large loom seen in print 351. 
Photo 1112/5(353)  
Photo 1112/5(354) Prayers for the crops. The crowds. 
Photo 1112/5(355) Prayers for the crops. The Ngak-pa is seated, holding his hat. To the left at the table next to him are seated, apparently, the two luck-bringing boys. 
Photo 1112/5(356) Prayers for the crops. Self [Charles Bell] in the crowd at these prayers for the crops. 
Photo 1112/5(357) Prayers for the crops. View of the crowd. 
Photo 1112/5(358) Prayers for the crops. View of the crowd. 
Photo 1112/5(359) Prayers for the crops. Men seated and wearing belts of armour and carrying spears. 
Photo 1112/5(360) Prayers for the crops. The leader of these semi-armed men wearing armoured belt and helmet, standing beside pony. 
Photo 1112/5(361a) Prayers for the crops. Group of semi-armed men at the service, their helmets lying on the ground. 
Photo 1112/5(361b) Prayers for the crops. Group of semi-armed men at the service, their helmets lying on the ground. 
Photo 1112/5(362) Prayers for the crops: group at the end of the service. On the left, one of the three girl luck-bringers (pa-mo), is standing by a mounted man. She will be lifted up behind him to be taken away home. She wears a headdress of cardboard. 
Photo 1112/5(363) A hermit in attitude of meditation [at Nyang-to Kyi-puk Hermitage?]. 
Photo 1112/5(364) A hermit in correct attitude for sleeping, with 'hermit's band' round knees [at Nyang-to Kyi-puk Hermitage?]. 
Photo 1112/5(365) Another part of Pen-jor Lhun-po House, near Gyang-tse. The two men are standing on the level of the top floor, but outside. 
Photo 1112/5(366) Pa-lha Ku-sho, his wife, standing level with him, and his daughter standing behind. They are in a tent in the ling-ka at Pen-jor Lhun-po House [Palha family estate near Gyantse]. 
Photo 1112/5(367) Pa-lha Ku-sho seated alone at the entrance to the tent in the lingka at Penjor Lhun-po House [near Gyantse]. His ap-so (Lhasa terrier) lies at his feet. His hat on the table by him. Wears a sleeveless coat woven in silk threads of different colopurs. 
Photo 1112/5(368) Pa-lha Ku-sho standing alone the entrance of the tent in the lingka at Penjor Lhun-po House [the Palha family estate near Gyantse]. Flowers in pot at his side. Tibetans are very fond of flowers. 
Photo 1112/5(369) Pa-lha Ku-sho's wife seated (left) with lady friend from Do-de (mdo-sde), near Sangang, seated (right). The children of the two families standing behind, mostly those of the Pa-lha family. 
Photo 1112/5(370) Pa-lha Ku-sho seated, with his manager (Chan-dzo) standing beside him. On the right stands Ku-sho Do-de, husband of the lady in print 369. 
Photo 1112/5(371) View of Gyang-tse Dzong and Monastery from across the river. The town is hidden behind the dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(372) Bridge with piers of rough stone across the 'River of Taste' (Nyang Chu) at Gyang-tse. Dzong in right background. 
Photo 1112/5(373a) Colonel Harnett on pony at Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(373b) Colonel Harnett on pony at Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(374) Beggars encamped between Gyang-tse and Gob-shi: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(375) Beggars encamped between Gyang-tse and Gob-shi, putting out their tongues. 
Photo 1112/5(376) A close-up of one of these beggars, putting out her tongue and saying 'Thank you. Thank you.' 
Photo 1112/5(377) Another of these baggar women holding her small son [and putting out her tongue]. 
Photo 1112/5(378) Ruined dzong at Gob-shi. Now inhabited by a god (lha), who is worshipped periodically. A caretaker lives in the dzong, but nobody else. 
Photo 1112/5(379) Ruined dzong at Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(380) Ruined dzong at Gob-shi, telephoto (this is the best of the three views). 
Photo 1112/5(381) Bridge below ruined dzong at Gob-shi. Mules and ponies of a Tibetan caravan going over it. 
Photo 1112/5(382) Valley near Gob-shi. The sides of the valley are very steep here. 
Photo 1112/5(383) On the way from Gob-shi to Ra-lung. No-chin Kang-sang in background. 
Photo 1112/5(384) No-chin Kang-sang from our camp at Ra-lung. 
Photo 1112/5(385) Sheepyard at Ra-lung. the shepherd is burning incense and scattering leaves to drive away the lice, which cause sickness amongst the sheep. 
Photo 1112/5(386) Sheepyard at Ra-lung. the shepherd is burning incense and scattering leaves to drive away the lice, which cause sickness amongst the sheep. 
Photo 1112/5(387) No-chin Kang-sang from a little above Ra-lung. Some of our transport in foreground and our riding ponies with Palhese behind them. 
Photo 1112/5(388) No-chin Kang-sang from a little above Ra-lung. Some of our transport in foreground and our riding ponies with Palhese behind them. 
Photo 1112/5(389) No-chin Kang-sang from a little above Ra-lung. Some of our transport in foreground and our riding ponies with Palhese behind them. (Telephoto.) 
Photo 1112/5(390) No-chin Kang-sang from a little above Ra-lung. Some of our transport in foreground and our riding ponies with Palhese behind them. (Telephoto.) 
Photo 1112/5(391) In the narrow valley going up towards Ka-ro La. 
Photo 1112/5(392) In the narrow valley going up towards Ka-ro La, a little higher up than print 391. 
Photo 1112/5(393) Pack saddles being put on yaks, about two miles down the valley below Dza-ra. 
Photo 1112/5(394) Looking back from near Nan-kar-tse. In right foreground a man is sitting by a stream, while another man holds two ponies. 
Photo 1112/5(395) Nan-kar-tse Dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(396) Nan-kar-tse Dzong (telephoto). 
Photo 1112/5(397) Part of Dor-je Pa-mo's picnic ground at Sam-ding. 
Photo 1112/5(398) Part of Dor-je Pa-mo's picnic ground at Sam-ding. 
Photo 1112/5(399) Sam-ding Monastery (telephoto). 
Photo 1112/5(400) Dor-je Pa-mo sitting Buddha-wise on her couch in her tent. This is how she sits to receive worshippers. Tibetan table in front of her with cup of tea on it. Coloured canopy over her head. 
Photo 1112/5(401) Dor-je Pa-mo sitting on a European chair in her courtyard, just outside her inner tent. A Tibetan carpet-rug below her feet. 
Photo 1112/5(402) Dor-je Pa-mo sitting on a European chair in her courtyard, just outside her inner tent. A Tibetan carpet-rug below her feet. 
Photo 1112/5(403) Dor-je Pa-mo sitting on a European chair in her courtyard, just outside her inner tent. A Tibetan carpet-rug below her feet. 
Photo 1112/5(404) Meeting between Nan-kar-tse and Pe-de with Rahula Panre, a Brahman from Patna, who tells me he has been a Buddhist for seven years. 
Photo 1112/5(405) On the shore of Yam-drok Tso. Donkeys grazing in the foreground. Pe-de Dzong in the distance. 
Photo 1112/5(406) Causeway below Yar-sik across stream which flows into Yam-drok Tso. Some of our transport crossing it. 
Photo 1112/5(407) Pe-de Dzong on the shore of Yam-drok Tso (telephoto). 
Photo 1112/5(408) A Kam-pa merchant with his caravan of merchandise. The animals are muzzled as a protection against poison plants. 
Photo 1112/5(409) Yam-drok Tso from near summit of Kampa La. Looking eastwards (not towards Pe-de). 
Photo 1112/5(410) Yam-drok Tso from near summit of Kampa La. Looking towards Pe-de. 
Photo 1112/5(411) Villagers in search of work, climbing up Kam-pa La. The man is carrying sheepskin bedding, the woman carries boots and other things. Father, mother and son. 
Photo 1112/5(412) A large party of men digging with the long Tibetan spades, very vigorously, in a field near Kong-kar Dzong. They turn up very large clods of clay. They dig in pairs, and with very little clothing on them. 
Photo 1112/5(413) One of the above men [seen in print 412] with his spade. 
Photo 1112/5(414) 'White Elevation' (Kong-kar) Monastery, above the Tsang-po. 
Photo 1112/5(415) Life-term convict sitting at the door of his cell in Kong-kar Dzong. Convicted of several thefts. He keeps the key of his cell, which also he could break open, as the door is weak. A villager friend stands surety for him. He wears fetters. 
Photo 1112/5(416) Life-term convict sitting at the door of his cell in Kong-kar Dzong (close view). 
Photo 1112/5(417) Life-term convict standing at the door of his cell in Kong-kar Dzong. 
Photo 1112/5(418) Wild geese and wild ducks sitting on lake on arm of Tsang-po near Che-de-sho. 
Photo 1112/5(419) Wild geese and wild ducks flying over lake on arm of Tsang-po near Che-de-sho. 
Photo 1112/5(420) View of Min-dro-ling Monastery, taken from near the entrance. Shows the large white cho-ten. 
Photo 1112/5(421) View of Min-dro-ling Monastery, taken from further to the right: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(422) The large white choten in Min-dro-ling, closer view than 420: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(423) View of Min-dro-ling Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(424a) Photo of myself (Charles Bell), on my pony. Taken on return journey from Min-dro-ling to Dra-nang. 
Photo 1112/5(424b) Photo of myself (Charles Bell), on my pony. Taken on return journey from Min-dro-ling to Dra-nang. 
Photo 1112/5(425) Old willow tree near Dra-nang. 
Photo 1112/5(426) Monolithic granite pillars with writing on them, five miles from Dra-nang. Two pillars, one of them with the capital missing. Square stone pillar behind is the residence of a strong irritable deity. 
Photo 1112/5(427) Monolithic granite pillars with writing on them, five miles from Dra-nang. Myself [Charles Bell] standing beside the taller pillar, the one with the base in the form of a tortoise. 
Photo 1112/5(428) The writing on one face of the shorter pillar near Dra-nang. The writing on the other face, i.e. the narrower face to the right (as you look at it) of this one, was more worn, as was all the writing on taller pillar. 
Photo 1112/5(429) View of Tse-tang from the west. Tse-tang Gon-po Ri behind and above it. Lingkas under the mountains in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(430) Same picture [as 429] extended to the left. Tsang-po on the left. Ling-kas under the mountains in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(431) Same picture prolonged still further to the left. Looking across the Tsang-po towards the north bank. 
Photo 1112/5(432) View of Tse-tang. A nearer view than print 429 and looking more to the left. Tsang-po [river] on left. Ling-kas [wooded parks] in left background. Tse-tang Gon-po Ri [mountain] in right background. 
Photo 1112/5(433) Another view of Tse-tang: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(434) A still nearer view of Tse-tang. Monastery on right; ling-ka with top of cho-ten, etc., on left. Channel for irrigating fields in foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(435) Tse-tang from across the Tsang-po. 
Photo 1112/5(436) The monkey's cave, on the side of Tse-tang Gon-po Ri, where the Tibetan race is believed to have originated. The entrance to the cave is in the shape of a T. It is near the left-hand top corner of the photograph. 
Photo 1112/5(437) The first field cultivated in Tibet under the instruction of the monkey. Seed sown today ripened tomorrow. Such is the tradition. When the photo was taken the field contained barley and peas. Near the bank of the Tsang-po. 
Photo 1112/5(438) Large rectangular ferry boat (tru) for crossing the Tsang-po at Ger-pa Tru, 1 miles from Tse-tang. This is on the Tse-tang side, south bank. Note horse's head (left): all large ferry boats have this. Waiting for passengers, animals, etc., to embark. 
Photo 1112/5(439) Ferry at Ger-pa Tru being hauled into the bank. 
Photo 1112/5(440a) Embarking animals and goods onto the ferry at Ger-pa Tru. 
Photo 1112/5(440b) Embarking animals and goods onto the ferry at Ger-pa Tru. 
Photo 1112/5(440c) Embarking animals and goods onto the ferry at Ger-pa Tru. 
Photo 1112/5(441a) Ferry at Ger-pa Tru under way. 
Photo 1112/5(441b) Ferry at Ger-pa Tru under way. 
Photo 1112/5(442) Willow tree near Tse-tang. A Tibetan standing underneath. The whole trunk is gnarled and twisted, lying partly on the ground; the branches grow from it in all directions. Many willow trees in the Tsang-po Valley grow like this. 
Photo 1112/5(443) The Commissioner (Lho Spyi or Lho-kai Chi-kyap) of the Lho-ka province of Tibet. 
Photo 1112/5(444) Our camp at Do. Ruins of Dalai Lama's throne, left front. 
Photo 1112/5(445) Choten gateway to Sam-ye Monastery. The monastery can be seen through it. 
Photo 1112/5(446) General view of Sam-ye Monastery, showing its temples, chapels, high cho-tens, etc. 
Photo 1112/5(447a) Telephoto view of Sam-ye Monastery from Ha-po Ri. 
Photo 1112/5(447b) Telephoto view of Sam-ye Monastery from Ha-po Ri. 
Photo 1112/5(448) Nearer view of Sam-ye. Main temple in centre, wall for exhibiting sacred pictures on left (this picture being taken from an angle different to 447), and Cho-kyong's temple with gilt finials on roof on right near wall of enclosure. 
Photo 1112/5(449) Still nearer view of Sam-ye Monastery. Main temple on left; Cho-kyong's temple in centre; two of the large cho-tens, one on each side. Large heaps of barley, hay and other crops in foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(450) Outside of the eastern gate of Sam-ye Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(451) North gate of Sam-ye Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(452) Front of main temple at Sam-ye: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(453) Main temple at Sam-ye: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(454) Back view of main temple, Sam-ye. 
Photo 1112/5(455) Monolith to left of entrance of main temple at Sam-ye. The inscription dates from the time of Ti-song De-tsen. Rests on a stone base in the form of a lotus. 
Photo 1112/5(456) Another view of the monolithic inscription pillar, showing its surroundings, and a man standing in front of it, Sam-ye. 
Photo 1112/5(457a) The Kings of the Four Quarters, North, South, East and West. Large images of these in the vestibule in the entrance to the main temple. Two Kings are on each side. 
Photo 1112/5(457b) The Kings of the Four Quarters, North, South, East and West. Large images of these in the vestibule in the entrance to the main temple. Two Kings are on each side. 
Photo 1112/5(458) A stone platform, covered by a roof, from which the Precious Teacher (Padma Sambhava) preached to people in the courtyard, Sam-ye Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(459) Interior of platform-pulpit at Sam-ye. The three figures are Padma Sambhava in the centre, an old Indian saint who is said to have lived 999 years on his right, and King Ti-song De-tsen on his left. 
Photo 1112/5(460) A frescoe in the cloisters of the main temple, showing Sam-ye when it was first completed. 
Photo 1112/5(461) Frescoe portraying fighting between Buddhists and Muhammadans, in accordance with story of Chang Shambhala: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(462) Frescoe portraying fighting between Buddhists and Muhammadans, in accordance with story of Chang Shambhala, in cloister of main temple, Sam-ye. Showing the circle in the centre of the frescoe. 
Photo 1112/5(463) Frescoe portraying fighting between Buddhists and Muhammadans, in accordance with story of Chang Shambhala, in cloister of main temple, Sam-ye. Detail showing fighting on right of circle. Buddhists in left, Muhammadans on right. Very faint. 
Photo 1112/5(464) Top portion and roof of Cho-kyong's Temple at Sam-ye: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(465) Top portion and roof of Cho-kyong's Temple at Sam-ye, view from the left. The entrance to the Breath House (U-kang) is below (bottom centre). Religious emblems, cloth and gilt, on roof. 
Photo 1112/5(466) The outside door of the Breath House, Chokyong's Temple, Sam-ye. Stuffed skins of a wolf, a dog and a monkey hanging in front of it. Cloth sacks also in front, with human faces painted in red and black. 
Photo 1112/5(467) One of the four large chotens at Sam-ye. This one is greenish-blue. Ha-po Ri in background with temple on top. 
Photo 1112/5(468) Wall of Sam-ye Monastery enclosure, showing upper right part of Ha-po Ri in background. Ha-po Ri is one of the four 'great hills' (ri-chen) in Central Tibet. It is about 400 ft. high, an ugly bare mass of earth and stones. 
Photo 1112/5(469) One of the three temples at Sam-ye, outside the wall: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(470) Another of the queen temples at Sam-ye. This one is named U-tse Ser-kang: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(471a) Two white chotens on rocks, four or five miles from Sam-ye, marking spot where King Ti-song De-tsen met Padma Sambhava, when the latter came from India. 
Photo 1112/5(471b) Two white chotens on rocks, four or five miles from Sam-ye, marking spot where King Ti-song De-tsen met Padma Sambhava, when the latter came from India. 
Photo 1112/5(471c) Two white chotens on rocks, four or five miles from Sam-ye, marking spot where King Ti-song De-tsen met Padma Sambhava, when the latter came from India. 
Photo 1112/5(472) My room in the village chapel at Tra. 
Photo 1112/5(473) Interior of the village chapel at Tra, taken straight across the chapel from the entrance door to the altar. 
Photo 1112/5(474) Myself (Charles Bell) and some others riding across the hot sand dunes of the Tsang-po on the way to Dor-je Tra. 
Photo 1112/5(475) Conical rock rising out of the Tsang-po, between Tra and Dor-je-tra. 
Photo 1112/5(476) Dor-je-tra Monastery. 
Photo 1112/5(477) Dor-je-tra Monastery, from across the Tsang-po, which was barely half a mile across here on 5th October. Large ferry boat crossing the river; in are Harnett and I with ponies, grooms, etc. 
Photo 1112/5(478) Kong-kar Dzong below and Monastery just above it, from across tributary valley of the Tsang Po. 
Photo 1112/5(479a) Myself (Charles Bell) receiving ka-ta from Dzong-pon of Kong-kar on arriving at Kong-kar. D.B. Palhese standing on right. 
Photo 1112/5(479b) Myself (Charles Bell) receiving ka-ta from Dzong-pon of Kong-kar on arriving at Kong-kar. D.B. Palhese standing on right. 
Photo 1112/5(480) My servants, photographed at Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(481) My servants, photographed at Kong-kar, with myself (Charles Bell), seated in the middle. 
Photo 1112/5(482) My servants, except the dandywalas, at Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(483) My servants, except the dandywalas, at Kong-kar, with myself (Charles Bell) sitting in the middle. 
Photo 1112/5(484) Cham-pa, a Tibetan lad from Ting-ri, in Tibet near Nepal-Tibet frontier, and near Mount Everest. Spoke mixture of the dialects of Tsang and Western Tibet. He was my bearer and chaprasi, and known to Tibetans as my Kim-pu, i.e. 'Room Boy'. 
Photo 1112/5(485) Ten-dzin, my second groom, who looked after my pony in difficult places. A strongly built Tibetan from the Pen-jor Lhun-po Estate of the Pa-lha family, near Gyang-tse. 
Photo 1112/5(486) Chak-sam Monastery on the bank of the Tsang-po, between Par-tsik and Chu-shur on the Lhasa-Gyang-tse road. Telephoto. 
Photo 1112/5(487a) Chak-sam Chu-ri, the sacred hill of Chak-sam, one of the four sacred hills of Central Tibet. Monotonous grey colour, uninteresting as a picture; taken at 2 p.m. 
Photo 1112/5(487b) Chak-sam Chu-ri, the sacred hill of Chak-sam, one of the four sacred hills of Central Tibet. Monotonous grey colour, uninteresting as a picture; taken at 2 p.m. 
Photo 1112/5(488) At Kong-kar. Myself (Charles Bell), seated, with, left to right, Harnett, Palhese and Pyne. 
Photo 1112/5(489) At Kong-kar. Myself (Charles Bell), seated, with, left to right, Harnett and Palhese, but without Pyne, who forgot to set the shutter with the delayed action. 
Photo 1112/5(490) Woman reaping barley at Kong-kar. She uses a sickle, and is wearing the Lhasa headdress. 
Photo 1112/5(491) Woman gathering up barley that has been reaped, at Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(492) Bringing the barley crop home on a donkey [?Kong-kar]. 
Photo 1112/5(493) Woman collecting thorn scrub for fuel. She uses a wooden fork, holding the fork in the left hand, and another long stick, which hides one prong of the fork, in her right hand. With the stick she pushes the fuel into the fork. 
Photo 1112/5(494) The priest on the top, the official below and others at the bottom, Kong-kar Monastery: PRINT MISSING. 
Photo 1112/5(495) Father and son digging together. The father is 55 (English reckoning) years old, and the boy 16. The father's spade is 9 ft. long, he being 6 ft. in height. In the Tsang-po Valley, near Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(496) Three men working together with long Tibetan spades at Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(497) A party of women, who are harvesting the crops at Kong-kar, having their midday meal. 
Photo 1112/5(498) At Kong-kar. Woman on the left threshing barley and peas. The one on the right has barley and peas in a basket-strainer: the barley goes through, the peas remain in the basket; thus the two are separated. 
Photo 1112/5(499) Yam-dro Tso from near the summit of the Kam-pa La. Mount No-chin Kang-sang in centre background. 
Photo 1112/5(500) Yam-dro Tso from near the summit of the Kam-pa La. Mount No-chin Kang-sang in centre background. (Telephoto.) 
Photo 1112/5(501) Pe-de Dzong on the shore of Yam-drok Tso. A semi-ruined dzong it is subordinate to Kong-kar, though Pe-de is in Tsang Province and Kong-kar in U. In right-hand bottom corner, in the water, prayer flags may be seen. 
Photo 1112/5(502) Nar-kar-tse Monastery on the side of the mountain. Left front, a Mani, standing by the road. A plain, sometimes stony, sometimes marshy [in foreground]. 
Photo 1112/5(503) Two merchants from Eastern Tibet on their way from Nan-kar-tse to Ra-lung across the Ka-ro-La. A string of fourteen donkeys carrying miscellaneous goods for sale has gone a little way ahead of them. 
Photo 1112/5(504) No-chin Kang-sang mountain, taken from just below the Ka-ro La. 
Photo 1112/5(505) Mountains to south of Ka-ro La, from just below the Ka-ro La. 
Photo 1112/5(506) Mountains close to Ka-ro La. 
Photo 1112/5(507) Mountains close to Ka-ro La. 
Photo 1112/5(508a) A narrow track on the mountainside between Ra-lung and Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(508b) A narrow track on the mountainside between Ra-lung and Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(509) Pa-lha-se's wife and small son on her lap, on the way from Ra-lung to Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(510a) Bridge over river just above Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(510b) Bridge over river just above Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(511) Gathering ears of barley that were left unnoticed at the time of reaping. Bits of barley stalk are gathered with the ears. A woman with upraised arm is on the point of dropping a stalk into the basket. In Tsang-po Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(512) Gathering ears of barley that were left unnoticed at the time of reaping, Tsang-po Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(513) Two men turning over the barley crop with forks to dry it. A third rakes it. They were 15 or 16 others working with these three. Behind is a large crop of barley, as yet undried. At Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(514) Some of the same party [seen in print 513] standing with forks, etc., at Gob-shi. The forks of the second and fourth men from the right have points made from the horns of deer. That of the third from the right is throughout of willow. 
Photo 1112/5(515) In Gob-shi on 25th October 1934. Heaps of barley grain lie on the ground after winnowing. In the middle distance, houses in Gob-shi. 
Photo 1112/5(516a) Group portrait taken on the steps of Raja Tra-ring's English house. 
Photo 1112/5(516b) Group portrait taken on the steps of Raja Tra-ring's English house. 
Photo 1112/5(517) Ice-stalactites on Gyang-tse plain between Gyang-tse and San-gang. 
Photo 1112/5(518) A ruined hermitage on a hill in the Nyang Valley below San-gang, possibly destroyed by Mongols. 
Photo 1112/5(519) Tibetans riding across Ka-la Plain. 
Photo 1112/5(520) View across the Ka-la plain. 
Photo 1112/5(521a) Myself (Charles Bell) holding pony on Ka-la plain. 
Photo 1112/5(521b) Myself (Charles Bell) holding pony on Ka-la plain. 
Photo 1112/5(522) Myself holding pony on Ka-la plain, close-up. 
Photo 1112/5(523) Myself holding pony on Ka-la plain. 
Photo 1112/5(524a) Palhese in Tibetan mask, Tibetan boots, etc., on Ka-la plain, holding his pony. 
Photo 1112/5(524b) Palhese in Tibetan mask, Tibetan boots, etc., on Ka-la plain, holding his pony. 
Photo 1112/5(525a) Our transport going up the valley from Ka-la to the 'Otter Lake' (Hram Tso), snow mountains behind it. 
Photo 1112/5(525b) Our transport going up the valley from Ka-la to the 'Otter Lake' (Hram Tso), snow mountains behind it. 
Photo 1112/5(526) Going up the valley from Ka-la to the 'Otter Lake' (Hram Tso), a Tibetan leading his pony. 
Photo 1112/5(527) Square pillar of stone, painted red. The god of the district is worshipped here. Steps lead up so that offering may be placed on the top. In the valley from Ka-la to Hram Tso. 
Photo 1112/5(528) In the valley from Ka-la to the 'Otter Lake' [Hram Tso]. From right to left, myself (Charles Bell) in fur hat, mask, waterproof and Tibetan boots, followed by Palhese, with our Tibetan groom riding behind. A cold afternoon with strong wind. 
Photo 1112/5(529) Wild duck on the Yam-dro Tso. 
Photo 1112/5(530) In valley between Ka-la and 'Otter Lake', showing the Cho-mo-lha-ri Range on the Tibet-Bhutan frontier, in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(531) Tibetan trade caravan crossing 'The Plain of the Three Brothers' [Tang Pun Sum] on its way to Pa-ri. 
Photo 1112/5(532) Man holding Tibetan muzzle-loading gun. Note the prongs of antelope horn for resting on the ground when firing. On 'Three Brother Plain' [Tang Pun Sum]. 
Photo 1112/5(533) Man with Tibetan muzzle-loading gun slung over back. Note the prongs of antelope horn for resting on the ground when firing. On 'Three Brother Plain' [Tang Pun Sum]. 
Photo 1112/5(534) Wild duck on the 'Otter Lake' [Hram Tso]. Cho-mo-lha-ri range reflected in the lake in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(535) Cho-mo-lha-ri from Tu-na bungalow. At about 3 p.m. on 2nd November 1934. Telephoto. 
Photo 1112/5(536a) Loading up our transport at Kang-mar. 
Photo 1112/5(536b) Loading up our transport at Kang-mar. 
Photo 1112/5(537) Our transport starting off from Kang-mar, the half-way stage on our march from San-gang to Sa-ma-da. 
Photo 1112/5(538) Kit boy, head groom and myself and others crossing the Plain from 'Clear Pass' (Tang La) to 'Hog Hill' (Pa-ri). 
Photo 1112/5(539a) 'Frozen Water' Chu-kya) village in middle distance. 'Hog Hill Fort' (Pa-ri Dzong) behind, and mountains on Tibet-Bhutan frontier in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(539b) 'Frozen Water' Chu-kya) village in middle distance. 'Hog Hill Fort' (Pa-ri Dzong) behind, and mountains on Tibet-Bhutan frontier in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(540) Mount Panhunri from Pa-ri. (Telephoto). 
Photo 1112/5(541) Mount Cho-mo-lha-ri from Pa-ri. 
Photo 1112/5(542) Looking towards the Chumbi Valley going down towards the left, from lower edge of Pa-ri Plain. 
Photo 1112/5(543) Chumbi Valley by Do-ta. Cho-mo-lha-ri shows in the background. 
Photo 1112/5(544a) Looking down the Chumbi Valley from the same spot [as print 543]. 
Photo 1112/5(544b) Looking down the Chumbi Valley from the same spot [as print 543]. 
Photo 1112/5(545) Waterfall at Do-ta, frozen. Man standing below it. 
Photo 1112/5(546) Waterfall at Do-ta, frozen. Man standing below it. (Telephoto). 
Photo 1112/5(547) Ka-gyu Monastery above Rin-chen-gong, Chumbi Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(548) Ling-ma-tang from Kong-kar. 
Photo 1112/5(549) A laden yak on Ling-ma-tang. A good clear picture. 
Photo 1112/5(550a) Sha-si (Ya-tung) village. 
Photo 1112/5(550b) Sha-si (Ya-tung) village. 
Photo 1112/5(551a) In and around Sha-si (Ya-tung). 
Photo 1112/5(551b) In and around Sha-si (Ya-tung). 
Photo 1112/5(552a) The Am-mo Chu at Sha-si (Yatung). 
Photo 1112/5(552b) The Am-mo Chu at Sha-si (Yatung). 
Photo 1112/5(553) Dancer from Eastern Tibet holding sword-point against his neck. He turns somersaults forwards and backwards with the sword in this position. 
Photo 1112/5(554) The same dancer with sword-point against his stomach. He turns somersaults forwards and backwards with the sword held in this position. 
Photo 1112/5(555) Two dancers from Eastern Tibet, rolling over and over together in a ball. 
Photo 1112/5(556) Chumbi Valley from above (near Ka-gyu Monastery). Gye-ling village in left centre foreground. Rin-chen-gong in centre middle distance. Looking down the valley. 
Photo 1112/5(557) Ka-gyu Monastery above Rin-chen-gong, Chumbi Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(558) View across valley from Cham-pi-tang. A weak light with cloud and mist in foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(559) View down the valley from Cham-pi-tang. Cloud and mist prevalent, blocking out the foreground. 
Photo 1112/5(560) Small lake near top of Na-tu La on Sikkim side. 
Photo 1112/5(561a) The Residency, Gangtok, from lawn opposite drawing room window. 
Photo 1112/5(561b) The Residency, Gangtok, from lawn opposite drawing room window. 
Photo 1112/5(562) The Residency, Gangtok, from path a little above lawn opposite drawing room window. 
Photo 1112/5(563) Williamson and Mrs Williamson at the Residency, Gangtok. 
Photo 1112/5(564) The Williamsons and myself (Charles Bell) at the Residency, Gangtok. 
Photo 1112/5(565) Unidentified river and bridge (?Sikkim). 
Photo 1112/5(566a) Unidentified river [?Sikkim]. 
Photo 1112/5(566b) Unidentified river [?Sikkim]. 
Photo 1112/5(567a) Interior of monastery at Kalimpong showing monks seated at worship. 
Photo 1112/5(567b) Interior of monastery at Kalimpong showing monks seated at worship. 
Photo 1112/5(568) [Group of monks seated in front of monastery enntrance, some reading texts.] 
Photo 1112/5(569) Kalimpong in foreground. In background mountains separating Sikkim from Chumbi Valley. 
Photo 1112/5(570) [Unidentified mountain scenery, ?Sikkim looking towards Tibet.] 


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