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Tibetan Proverbs
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Lhamo Pemba Veronica Leo
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Tibetan Proverbs

Lhamo Pemba Veronica Leo


9788186470015

Paljor Publications


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This collection of tibetan proverbs offers a precious insight into the wisdom, humour and tradition of tibet. The author has transcribed the proverbs from their natural oral form into written Tibetan and has also provided an English translation.

By:   Lhamo Pemba
Illustrated by:   Veronica Leo
Imprint:   Paljor Publications
Country of Publication:   India
Dimensions:   Height: 230mm, 
ISBN:   9788186470015
ISBN 10:   8186470018
Pages:   238
Publication Date:   July 2002
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational ,  A / AS level ,  Further / Higher Education
Language:   Tibetan
Format:   Other merchandise
Publisher's Status:   Active

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