|Statement||Rinchen Dolma Taring.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 280 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||280|
Daughter of Tibet: The Autobiography of Rinchen Dolma Taring: Taring, Dolma: Books - 4/5(2). The author comes from one of the oldest families in Tibet, and grew up in the closely knit world of the nobility, a Buddahist society almost untouched by Western influence. At the age of thirteen she was sent to an American school in India and became the first Tibetan girl to learn to speak and write English. She married the one-time Commander-in-Chief of the Tibetan Army, then later Jigme. Rinchen Taring was born in in one of the oldest families in Tibet. She was the first Tibetan girl to speak and write English. After a number of years the daughter meets and, following a tortuous amount of legal wrangling, marries a Swiss national. After their move to Switzerland a daughter Yangzom is born, so the book is actually written by someone who has a strong Tibetan connection but has never actually lived in /5(35).
Daughter of the Mountains is rich in geographic and cultural details of Tibet and Bengal. Locate those areas on a map, locate Llhasa and Calcutta within them, and then read this book that will take you there as you follow a little girl who is searching for her stolen s: The Chinese have been trying to quash Tibetan independence for decades. NPR's Leila Fadel speaks to Barbara Demick about her new book, Eat . Foreword Tibetan medicine is increasingly becoming popular among non-Tibetans mainly due to the dedicated, honest and humble performances of a handful of skilled and expert - doctors who escaped to India when their homeland was overrun by Chinese invaders in In introducing Doctors Dolma and Dolkar as the Mother and Daughter of Tibetan Medicine, we bring to the interested readers a. In what would be a good subject matter for a separate novel, Tsering Woeser sent the material in to Chinese dissident Wang Lixiong, who had just written a book about Tibet. He returned the pictures saying they belonged to the Tibetan .
Pempa, "Momo" (dumpling), is the daughter of the local mail carrier and his wife, who runs a tea shop for the men of the mule caravans that transport Tibet's wool south across the Himalayas and into India to Calcutta (modern Kolkata)/5. Daughter of Tibet by Rinchen Dolma Taring (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book 5/5(1). With this book, Dhompa joins the ranks of Rinchen Lhamo of We Tibetans, Rinchen Dolma Taring of A Daughter of Tibet and Jetsun Pema of Tibet: My Story, all towering women who have told their. DAUGHTER OF TIBET by TARLING, RINCHEN DOLMA: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Daughter of Tibet by Taring, Rinchen Dolma .