Tibetan bride

Tibetan bride* Arielle Gabriel writes about miracles and travel in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles also free China toys and paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel * Más

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An ethnic costume for Tibetan woman

India |  Wedding headdress, India.  Although no details provided, I assume that this is a Kinnauri bride | This is an image scanned from the book (un)Fashion by Tibor and Maria Kalman.

Wedding headdress, India I was gifted the book (un)Fashion by Tibor and Maira Kalman this past Christmas, and I have to say it was probab.

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Tibetan Lady * 1500 free paper dolls for girls at Arielle Gabriels International Paper Doll Society also her new book explores her life as a mystic suffering financial disaster in Hong Kong The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles a unique memoir*

Tibet

Tibet * 1500 free paper dolls for girls at Arielle Gabriels International Paper Doll Society also her new book explores her life as a mystic suffering financial disaster in Hong Kong The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles a unique memoir*

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Tibetan lady modelling a super expensive and heavy ceremonial replete with rare gold ornaments and coral beads.

Young Khampa Tibetan Woman at Yushu Horse Festival dressed in the regional ceremonial style - she wear a huge amber bead on the crown of her head, tipped with coral, and two beautiful coral and replica dzi bead necklaces, and gold and coral earrings. These ceremonial costumes are worn both at annual festivals and at weddings, and can be worth tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, as many khampa families invest their wealth into jewelry, conveniently portable for their nomadic…

Young Khampa Tibetan Woman at Yushu Horse Festival dressed in the regional ceremonial style - she wear a huge amber bead on the crown of her head, tipped with coral, and two beautiful coral and replica dzi bead necklaces, and gold and coral earrings

Tibetan artist Niya painted this pic of a woman from Litang in all of her jewelry. His website (in Chinese) is niya.tibetcul.com/ I think that this pic may well be a commissioned piece by the family of this lady, maybe a wedding present. That's because several times I've seen photos of Khampa Tibetans in their homes, and paintings of them wearing their best ceremonial clothes and jewelry hung on the wall, that looked just like this one

Tibetan artist Niya painted this pic of a woman from Litang in all of her…

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