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by David L. Snellgrove

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David L. Snellgrove
Shambhala; Reissue, Subsequent edition (December 24, 1988)
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Snellgrove, David Snellgrove, David (1951). The Book of Chao by W. Liebenthal.

1957) Buddhist Himālaya: travels and studies in quest of the origins and nature of Tibetan religion. Snellgrove, David (1958). Note on the Adhyāsayasamcodana Sûtra. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 21: 620-623. 1961) Himalayan Pilgrimage: a study of Tibetan religion by a traveller through Western Nepal. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer. Snellgrove, David (1951). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 13, No. 4 (1951), pp. 1053–1055. Snellgrove, David (1952).

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Himalayan Pilgrimage: A Study of Tibetan Religion by a Traveller Through Western Nepal. Buddhist Texts through the Ages. Clarence H. Hamilton, Edward Conze, I. B. Horner, David L. Snellgrove, Arthur Waley.

Himalayan pilgrimage by David L. Snellgrove, 1989, Shambhala, Distributed in the . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. April 23, 2019 History. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Himalayan pilgrimage from your list? Himalayan pilgrimage. a study of Tibetan religion by a traveller through western Nepal. by David L. Snellgrove.

The author recounts his experiences traveling across Nepal and shares his observations on the Buddhist culture of its inhabitants
  • I liked it....not exactly what I thought it was going to be about, but all in all I did enjoyed ....different....instructive also.....does linger a bit on religious imagery but.....well worth your reading time....

  • This book overlaps geographically and culturally with Peter Mathiessen's THE SNOW LEOPARD. Both cover a journey to Dolpo from Kathmandu and both feature the same terrain, villages, monasteries and sub cultures. They are two very different books although both are great books-but in very different ways. Snellgrove writes as an anthropologist and admirer of the people and their religion. He exhaustively describes the people, the rituals and the art in the very visual temples and monasteries. He does so with great zest and respect. I enjoyed all of the book and appreciated the way his journey wrapped up-it ends in a poignant way.