4 edition of Khams or Eastern Tibet found in the catalog.
Khams or Eastern Tibet
John Howard Jeffrey
|Statement||J. H. Jeffrey.|
|LC Classifications||DS793.S55 J35 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||75314378|
Approximately million Khampa Tibetans speak the Eastern Khampa language. They inhabit a vast area but are primarily concentrated in western Sichuan Province as far east as Kangding, a large portion of eastern Tibet, and parts of southern Qinghai Province. The Eastern Khampa town of Litang lies 4, meters (15, ft.) above sea level. “The Falls of the Tsangpo had offered turn-of-the-century explorers a geographical quest to rival the search for the headwaters of the Nile. But the Tibetans—who knew of it already—did not view the falls as a topographical trophy but as a sacrament, a threshold between .
Thus I take bod khams to mean something like “the realm of Tibet” in the same way as bod yul does later. But I have seen it suggested that these are really two words, bod meaning central Tibet and khams meaning, well, Kham, eastern Tibet. In which case we should translate the term as “central and eastern Tibet”. Eastern Tibet (Khams), codifed by the nonsectarian Ris med m ovement, but devote most attention to the examination of its revival in the transformed reality of contemporary Khams under the Chinese.
Foreword The iconography of the deities worshiped by the Tibetans as protectors and guardians of Buddhism belongs to the least known field of Tibetan Studies. The exceedingly numerous class of protective divinities comprises many figures who originally belonged to the pantheon of the old Tibetan Bon faith. A study of the Tibetan protective deities and their cult, apart from giving an insight. Kham (khams), the easternmost region of Tibet, has long been considered a cultural border area between Central Tibet (Ü and Tsang) and western China. The borders of what is considered to be Kham run north and south along a paralell with the eastern edge of Nagchu (in the Jangtang region), and span the area to Dartsedo in the east.
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KHAMS OR EASTERN TIBET J.H. JEFFREY M.B., Ch.B. ARTHUR H. STOCKWELL Ltd., Elms Court Ilfracombe, Devon. to learn Tibetan in a systematized grammatical way and so, found the Bishop chanting through one of his sacred books. Khams or Eastern Tibet. Ilfracombe: Stockwell, (OCoLC) Online version: Jeffrey, John Howard.
Khams or Eastern Tibet. Ilfracombe: Stockwell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Howard Jeffrey. Khams Pa Histories Book Summary: As an indispensable introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due attention for contemporary thinking about frontier regions), this volume contains seven papers on Khams pa (Eastern Tibet) Local, representing history, politics, and agency and their historiographical representations on the Khams frontiers.
The headwaters of the Mekong, the Yangtse, the Yalong and the Salween, flow out of Kham Tibet from the East and South-Eastern parts of the Tibetan plateau. Khamba Tibetans The people of Kham Tibet, known as the Khambas (or Khampas) live up to their reputation for bravery and horsemanship when they compete in summer “horse racing” festivals.
As an indispensable introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due attention for contemporary thinking about frontier regions), this volume contains seven papers on Khams pa (Eastern Tibet) local history, representing politics, and agency and their historiographical representations on the Khams frontiers.5/5(1).
The Kham (khams) area of the Tibetan Highland is mostly taken as one of the two Tibetan „provinces“ constituting the „East of Tibet“, with the other one being named Amdo. This interpretation is derived from the Tibetan term mdo-khams which is found in Tibetan and Chinese sources starting from the Mongol-Chinese Yuan dynasty ().
The Vitality of Khams Tibetan Varieties in Weixi County. "Endan gered Dial ects" in Tibetan: a Ca se of Eastern Khams. Vernaculars in Xu Shixuan, Book Ser ies o f the 16th World Co.
As an indispensable introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due attention for contemporary thinking about frontier regions), this volume contains seven papers on Khams pa (Eastern Tibet) local history, representing politics, and agency and their historiographical representations on the Khams frontiers.
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Get this from a library. Khams pa histories: visions of people, place and authority: PIATS Tibetan studies: proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden [Lawrence Epstein; International Association for Tibetan Studies.
Seminar] -- "As an introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due. Khams Tibetan (Wylie: Khams skad, THL: Khamké) is the Tibetic language used by the majority of the people in Kham, which is now divided between the eastern part of Tibet Autonomous Region, the southern part of Qinghai, the western part of Sichuan, and the northwestern part of Yunnan, is one of the six main spoken Tibetic languages, the other five being Central Tibetan language, Amdo.
The Cultural Geography of Eastern Tibet. The Tibetan word kham (khams) means frontier and the Tibetan region of Kham is.
named as such because it is on the frontier or marches of Greater Tibet (bod. chen), bordering regions inhabited by the Han Chinese and other ethnicities. Ancient. As an indispensable introduction to local history of the Khams region of Eastern Tibet/Western China (with due attention for contemporary thinking about frontier regions), this volume contains seven papers on Khams pa (Eastern Tibet) local history, representing politics, and agency and their historiographical representations on the Khams : Hardcover.
The Khumbu region stretches from the Chinese (Tibetan) border in the east to the banks of the Bhotekosi River in the west. The name Sherpa (sometimes given as Sharwa, which better reflects how the people pronounce their name) means “easterner,” making reference to their origins in Khams, eastern Tibet.
The Kham Tibetan people live in some of the wildest and most magnificent lands in all the Tibetan Plateau. In this in-depth overland tour we start and finish in Chengdu and make our way to Kangding, Tagong, Pelyul, Yarchen Gar, and Dege and Manigango.
Ein musikalischer Abend in der Schwabenlandhalle-Fellbach. Gäste aus China haben Tänze und Gesang aus dem Tibet dargeboten. Die Einstimmung zum Chinesischen Neujahrsfest.羊年喜. According to the Tibetan book The Indian monsoon exerts some influence on eastern Tibet. Northern Tibet is subject to high temperatures in summer and intense cold in winter.
Historic Tibet consists of several regions: Amdo (A mdo) in the northeast, incorporated by China into the provinces of Qinghai, Gansu and Sichuan. Kham (Khams) in.
Local Tibetans trace their origins to Mongol soldiers who did not complete the journey to Yunnan. Contemporary residents are Khams Tibetan speakers, and are generally unfamiliar with the term Hor.
Lastly, we refer to Giraudeau and Goré’s () French-Tibetan dictionary, which primarily reflects spoken varieties from the southern Khams area. The Tibetic languages are a cluster of Tibeto-Burman languages descended from Old Tibetan, spoken across a wide area of eastern Central Asia bordering the Indian subcontinent, including the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas in Baltistan, Ladakh, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
Classical Tibetan is a major regional literary language, particularly for its use in Buddhist. The Story of the Life and Times of Jesus Christ (Son of God). According to the Gospel of Luke.
(China-Tibet, Myanmar) Tibetan, Khams / Khampa, Eastern / Kam. Especially strong for Eastern Tibet, as this monk is from Rwa rgya, on the Rma chu near Mgo log.
Major Central Tibetan monasteries covered (), Lower Mdo khams covered (); also deals how the teachings spread in Sog yul & the Hor chos rgyal rgyal rabs (), and how the teachings spread in Hor yul ().Khams Tibetan language Not to be confused with Kham language.
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(November ).At age 16 she left home for her first job, working as a nursing assistant in central Tibet. Showing promise, Tashi Droma’s institution selected her to receive a proper education. She was sent to Chengdu, China to attend the Southwest Ethnic Institute.
Tara’s home village in Khams, Eastern Tibet.