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Himalayan Nature and Tibetan Buddhist Culture in Arunachal Pradesh, India : A Study of Monpa /

de Mizuno, Kazuharu (aut.) ; Lobsang Tenpa (aut.)
Collation: 1 vol. (196 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.Collection: International Perspectives in Geography, AJG Library, ISSN 2197-7798 ; 6Édition: Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2015.ISBN: 9784431554912.Contenu: This is the first book to systematically describe the formation and historical changes of the Monpa people’s area (Monyul) through its nature, society, culture, religion, agriculture, and historically deep ties with Bhutan, Tibet, and the Tibetan Buddhist faith. The state of Arunachal Pradesh is located in the northeastern part of India, surrounded by the borders of Assam, Bhutan, and Tibet (China). There has been a long history of conflict over the sovereignty of this area between India and China. Foreigners were prohibited from entering the state until the 1990s and the area has been veiled in secrecy until recently. Thus, there are not many academically researched works on the region. This book serves as an essential guide for anyone who would like to learn about a unique geographical area of MonpaTable des matières / Sommaire: Nature, Society and People in Monyul (Monpa Area)Arrival of a Tibetan Prince in Monyul and Establishment of a ClanTaxation by the Tibetan Authorities and the Formation of FortressesTibetan Buddhism, Bon and AnimismForests in Monyul: Distribution and ManagementYak Husbandry and Pastoral CommunitiesDistribution of Farmland and Agricultural CommunitiesSujet RAMEAU: Nature Aspect religieux Bouddhisme tibétain Inde Arunachal Pradesh (Inde) | Bouddhisme tibétain Inde Arunachal Pradesh (Inde) | Ethnologie Inde Arunachal Pradesh (Inde)Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Japon
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This is the first book to systematically describe the formation and historical changes of the Monpa people’s area (Monyul) through its nature, society, culture, religion, agriculture, and historically deep ties with Bhutan, Tibet, and the Tibetan Buddhist faith. The state of Arunachal Pradesh is located in the northeastern part of India, surrounded by the borders of Assam, Bhutan, and Tibet (China). There has been a long history of conflict over the sovereignty of this area between India and China. Foreigners were prohibited from entering the state until the 1990s and the area has been veiled in secrecy until recently. Thus, there are not many academically researched works on the region. This book serves as an essential guide for anyone who would like to learn about a unique geographical area of Monpa

Nature, Society and People in Monyul (Monpa Area) Arrival of a Tibetan Prince in Monyul and Establishment of a Clan Taxation by the Tibetan Authorities and the Formation of Fortresses Tibetan Buddhism, Bon and Animism Forests in Monyul: Distribution and Management Yak Husbandry and Pastoral Communities Distribution of Farmland and Agricultural Communities

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