Mural Paintings & Site Locations
Conserving Tibetan Art and Architecture
China Exploration & Research Society (CERS) and Kham Aid Foundation.
The Mandalas of Lo Jampa Lhakhang
A major repository of Tibeto-Newar art.
A cave temple associated with Luri Gompa in Upper Mustang, Nepal, by Gary McCue.
Tashi Kabum: A Cave Temple Associated with Luri Gompa in Upper Mustang, Nepal
By Gary McCue.
Tashi Kabum: A Cave Temple associated with Luri Gompa in Upper Mustang, Nepal
By Gary McCue. The Tashi Kabum site consists of a half dozen caves dug into the ridge side about 50m above the valley floor. The sgo-nyer explained that according to local legend there are seven (or nine) cave temples containing chortens.
Tibetan Buddhist Wall Paintings of Mustang
A photographic survey of the wall paintings of three gompas or monastery-temples of Mustang, an ethnically and culturally Tibetan district in northwestern Nepal, on the edge of the Tibetan plateau. By Philip and Marcia R. Lieberman.