Exhibition Tollhaus Karlsruhe, Germany 2014

Exhibited photographs from Tibet

 

Tollhaus Karlsruhe - Tibet

Exhibited images of Tibet in the Tollhaus Karlsruhe 2014

[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1070919.jpg]120Tibet, Lhasa, Barkhor, Muslim Area: Construction works. Only women carrying the stones and other heavy loads, irrelevant if Muslim or Buddhist
Tibet, Lhasa, Barkhor, Muslim Area: Construction works. Only women carrying the stones and other heavy loads, irrelevant if Muslim or Buddhist
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1070219.jpg]120Tibet, Lhatse-Shigatse: Nomads at the highway
Tibet, Lhatse-Shigatse: Nomads at the highway
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1070140.jpg]90Tibet, Zhuang Mu - Tingri: Streescene in Gutsuo, after the Lalung Leh pass (5050m), where we had rest in a ordernary typical countryside pub (see photos L1070141). Next to gambling, the most popular game in Tibet: Billiard
Tibet, Zhuang Mu - Tingri: Streescene in Gutsuo, after the Lalung Leh pass (5050m), where we had rest in a ordernary typical countryside pub (see photos L1070141). Next to gambling, the most popular game in Tibet: Billiard
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1050663.jpg]90Tibet, Gyantse, Panam?: A waterpowered tsampa-mill (roasted barley/Gerste), tsampa flour is the traditional base of Tibetan food
Tibet, Gyantse, Panam?: A waterpowered tsampa-mill (roasted barley/Gerste), tsampa flour is the traditional base of Tibetan food
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1040734.jpg]70Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: Pilgrims leaving the "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year), hiding for the 'Kora' around the holy mountain, in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods) with the majestic Mt. Kailash (6714m) in the back
Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: Pilgrims leaving the "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year), hiding for the 'Kora' around the holy mountain, in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods) with the majestic Mt. Kailash (6714m) in the back
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1040713.jpg]70Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: The "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year) in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods); the monks of Gyangdrak monastery (north of Darchen) doing their final prossecion after errecting of the pole
Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: The "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year) in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods); the monks of Gyangdrak monastery (north of Darchen) doing their final prossecion after errecting of the pole
[img src=http://www.grammatix.de/wordpress/wp-content/flagallery/tollhaus-karlsruhe-tibet/thumbs/thumbs_grammatix-1040696.jpg]90Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: The "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year) in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods), pilgrims praying towards Mt.Kailash (6714m), while Chinese military patrouling very peacefully and giving always a helping hand, if nessecary
Tibet, Purang, Tarboche (ca. 4670m), Kailash Kora: The "Saga Dawa"-festival (enlightment of Buddha; 3rd fullmoon after the Tibetan new year) in the south of valley Lha Chu river (River of Gods), pilgrims praying towards Mt.Kailash (6714m), while Chinese military patrouling very peacefully and giving always a helping hand, if nessecary