Presentation on theme: "Tibet Photographed by Jair (Yair) Moreshet 2006 The Potala Palace has played a central role in the traditional (Buddhist) administration of Tibet since."— Presentation transcript:
Residence by the Sera Monastery. (Notice the metal parabolic reflectors used for cooking by solar energy, made in China.)
Hand-rotating drums filled by prayer scripts, built around a religious monument at the Sera Monastery.
It seems that most of the physical work is done by females, in particular young and relatively small. (It may take the strength of a female to endure and continue functioning with limited oxygen…) (While working on religious sites they even sing…)
The holy Jokhang Temple of the 7th century and the eternal fire in front of it. A high traffic of devoted believers, in particular during the weekend (which is the secular time off of the week).
Deep believers prostrate themselves in prayer in front of the Jokhang Temple of the 7th century.
Weekend time: Apparently available Tibetan beauties gather in front of the Jokhang Temple.
The Jokhang Temple: Beautifying herself just before entering to the prayer areas in preparation.
The Jokhang Temple: The line in the entrance to the prayer areas.