This is the second of two playlists of films about Tibet I have compiled from the series published under the rubric of Amazing Places on Our Planet and made by Milosh Kitchovitch. Previously I showed a selection of films from China, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
The films are made in high, and super-high definition format, and consist of videos taken at various heritage spots around the country, with accompanying and appropriate music.
In this week’s selection we have a series of films from some of the outlying monasteries found deep in the Tibetan plateau. These include the Ganden monastery outside of Lhasa, the Sakya and the Tshilhunpo monasteries both of which are in Shigatse and the Pelkor Chode monastery in Gyantse.
One of the most impressive things about these monasteries is their remote and rugged settings, often overlooking spectacular views of the plateau and the mountains around.
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