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Mural Depicting a Scence of Beating Cymbal and Drums Happily
Cymbals can send out clear sounds with strong rhythms, and serve as percussion musical instruments not only used in common occassions, but also in Buddhist ritual ceremonies.

Mural Depicting a Beautiful Lady (fragment) 2007-12-05
After the Tubo period, painters usually emphasized the three-dimensionality of pictures by shading. In the Separatist Regimes, this technique was even more widely used. Bright colors were painted on protruding parts, such as the bridge of a nose. This technique is commonly used in Nepalese painting. This picture depicts a splendidly dressed girl donor in a detailed manner.
Frescos 2007-12-05
Frescos are a universal feature of temples and monasteries in Tibet. There are over 200 in Jokhang Monastery alone, covering an area of 300 square meters.
Mural Depicting a Journey 2007-12-05
Tibetan Plateau is vast in territory, and horses, yaks, donkeys, and mules are major means of land transportation. Moreover, during the seasons when agricultural and pastoral products are exchanged
Mural Depicting a Female Musician 2007-12-05
Music is one of "five Fine Offerings" to worship the Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma, and Sengha). Female musicians and various musical instruments are always painted in murals in monasteries.
Mural Depicting a Deern and Argalies 2007-12-05
In this picture, in a quiet atmosphere, deer and argalies, partly hidden and partly visible, appear in green mountains and waters, making the picture into a delightful and thoughtful landscape painting.
Mural Depicting a Common-fated Bird 2007-12-05
A common-fated bird is also an imaginary spirit who is often decorated on the roofs of large houses. It has a human head and a bird body, very powerful.
Mural Depicting Carpenters 2007-12-05
Tibetan unique building style (earth, stone, and wood structures) was widely adopted early in the Tubo period. This mural depicts how timbers were processed when the White Hall of the Potala Palace was built
Mural Depicting Brick laying 2007-12-05
This mural was painted on the wall of the second floor in the West Hall of the Potala Palace. It portrays the construction of the Red Hall of the Potala Palace.
Mural Depicting Archery on Horseback 2007-12-05
Early in the Tubo period, archery was a competitive sport among common people and officials alike. Archery is one of the nine skills which men have to master.
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