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733-5686 - Climbers on the Lhotse Face at 7000m on Mount Everest, Solu Khumbu Everest Region, Sagarmatha National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nepal, Himalayas, Asia
733-5688 - Climbers on the Lhotse Face at 7000m on Mount Everest, Solu Khumbu Everest Region, Sagarmatha National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nepal, Himalayas, Asia
733-5687 - Climbers on the Lhotse Face at 7000m on Mount Everest, Solu Khumbu Everest Region, Sagarmatha National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nepal, Himalayas, Asia
848-452 - View from Gokyo Ri, 5300 metres, Mount Everest, 8850 metres and Mount Lhotse, (850 metres, Dudh Kosi Valley, Solu Khumbu (Everest) Region, Nepal, Himalayas, Asia
848-453 - View from Gokyo Ri (5300 metres), Mt Everest (8850 metres) / Mt Lhotse (8501 metres), Dudh Kosi Valley, Solu Khumbu (Everest) Region, Nepal, Himalayas, Asia
857-34122 - Climbers make their way to Advanced Basecamp (ABC) through the massive Western Cwm (glacial valley) on the Southeast Ridge route on Mt. Everest, Nepal. Everest's Southwest Face rises to the left with Lhotse and the Lhotse Face in the distance. Jake Norton, 4, 20, 2002, Western Cwm, Everest, Nepal.
1196-107 - Fire ritual at chiwang monastery during the mani rimdu festival. these monks circumambulate the pyre after its ignition. one holds a long book wrapped in a felicitous scarf. the purifying fire takes the offering and raises them towards the sky in smoke. the circumambulatory ritual also recalls the way disciples showed respect for the buddhas body. solu khumbu, nepal
1196-239 - A solitary mask dancer appears wearing a frightening mask and silk brocade. they circle the courtyard with sprightly leaps. called protectors of faith, or dharmapdla, the origins of figures like these can be traced back to the pre-aryan peoples of india. originally known as yaksas (literally, a wondrous thing), they were tree spirits, who were accepted by the buddhists as defenders of the faith. in nepal and tibet, as in india, local deities were converted into protectors. a devotee of an alien sect devised a means to humiliate the buddha and his disciples. the buddha discovered it and succeeded in converting him to his teaching. due to lack of wisdom, the buddha remarked, some could not realize the goodness of his disciples and he compared the ignorant to the blind and the wise to those who have eyes.nobody is condemned in buddhism, for greatness is latent even in the seemingly lowliest just as lotuses spring from muddy ponds. -the dhammapada. solu khumbu, nepal