Drung, Deu and Bon: Narrations, Symbolic Languages and the Bon Tradition on Ancient Tibet
1997 | 327 Pages | ISBN: 8185102937 | PDF | 18.14 Mb
Early history of Tibet chiefly during the reign of Bonpo kings from 1st cent. B.C. to 5th cent. A.D. according to Bon sources.
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