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Tibetan art treasures exhibited in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

Publish Time: 2018-01-16 Author: Chen Man From: Kangba TV

HANGZHOU, Jan. 16 (Kangba TV) -- 117 pieces of Tibetan cultural relics from the Tang Dynasty were exhibited near the West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Jan. 12. Various cultural relics, such as the world-renowned Thangka, solemn Buddhist figures and delicate Buddhist musical instruments, displayed the profound culture, long-standing history and artistic charm of the snowy plateau. (Photo/ Wang Gang)

HANGZHOU, Jan. 16 (Kangba TV) -- 117 pieces of Tibetan cultural relics from the Tang Dynasty were exhibited near the West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Jan. 12. Various cultural relics, such as the world-renowned Thangka, solemn Buddhist figures and delicate Buddhist musical instruments, displayed the profound culture, long-standing history and artistic charm of the snowy plateau. Photo shows a visitor appreciates the Sanskrit Buddhist sutras. (Photo/ Wang Gang)

HANGZHOU, Jan. 16 (Kangba TV) -- 117 pieces of Tibetan cultural relics from the Tang Dynasty were exhibited near the West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Jan. 12. Various cultural relics, such as the world-renowned Thangka, solemn Buddhist figures and delicate Buddhist musical instruments, displayed the profound culture, long-standing history and artistic charm of the snowy plateau. Photo shows a visitor appreciates the Sanskrit Buddhist sutras. (Photo/ Wang Gang)

HANGZHOU, Jan. 16 (Kangba TV) -- 117 pieces of Tibetan cultural relics from the Tang Dynasty were exhibited near the West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Jan. 12. Various cultural relics, such as the world-renowned Thangka, solemn Buddhist figures and delicate Buddhist musical instruments, displayed the profound culture, long-standing history and artistic charm of the snowy plateau. Photo shows the Kapala (skull bowl) exhibited near the West Lake, which is made of the skull of a Tibetan eminent monk and fine gold. (Photo/ Wang Gang)

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