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Remembering Tibetan Refugees Necklace Naga Land Tibet Sacred Stones Amulet
Remembering Tibetan Refugees Necklace Naga Land Tibet Sacred Stones Amulet
I was born in Shoepo, region of Ba. The temple was Zeze Monastery & I became a monk there at age 3. I did pilgrimage at 19 to Lhasa & saw Jowo Rinpoche. In our region, a monk was very holy. My teacher was good & cared for me like my parents. He was quite old. We were Gelukpa sect at Zeze Monastery. The most important teaching is that one should not harm other people & to be kind hearted. Do not harm animals & follow the dharma. The war began in Lhasa & all monasteries were bombed & the monks fled. They targeted the Potala Palace with artillery. We left Drepung Monastery & joined the Chushi Gangdrug Force. The invaders came to Zeze Monastery & I fled towards Dhorum. It was terrible the suffering. The first thing they did when they came to our monastery was pull down the religious icons by tying ropes on the necks of the statues. All the scriptures were thrown on the floor & they walked on them. All the religious items in the monastery were piled on the floor. The monks were helpless. If we revolted, they would have tied us up & beaten us. They came many times. One time they came to the monastery & fired artillery shells. Another time they arrived at the monastery, captured many monks, tied them up & they were beaten as they were being led away. 70 monks were killed together at the Dhungku Pang, which lies between Dondhu & Zeze Monastery. The monks bodies were brought & piled at the monastery cemetery & cremated.I was in the monastery. I saw it with my own eyes. 800 monks & 500 were left. The monastery was burned. They forcefully ordered the monks to defrock. We died from starvation.They should return their land. We should oppose them with a war. They carted away all the treasures that are found in our country. The gold, silver, turquoise & corals. They not only take all the useful resources of our country, but even the wood from our forests are carried to their land. We should drive them away. We should regain our independence & freedom of religion.

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Asia - India / Gujarat
Asia - India / Gujarat
The Ahir are descendants of Lord Krishna. They lived as shepherds at Gokul Mathura about a thousand years ago. After leaving Gokul Mathura they spread throughout northern and northwestern India. There are four types of Ahir tribals namely Prantharia, Machhoya, Boureecha and Sorathia. These communities are mainly of farmers who once sold milk and ghee but who now have changed their business to transport or salt because of the irregularity of rain. Their mother tongue is Gujarati. They worship Ramdevpir. The engagement of an Ahir girl is formalized when the groom`s parents present a gift to the bride`s family. The Prantharia Ahirs give money. Machhoya and Boureecha give sets of clothes decorated with mirror work embroidery. The bride`s relatives also contribute at least one silver necklace, one or two gold necklaces, earrings, nose pins, anklets and bracelets. The costume of an Ahir woman indicates her Jati and her age. Young women have the most elaborate costumes. Their gathered skirts of red, green, blue, orange or brown tied and dyed cotton are richly embroidered. Older married women must be content with plain black cotton tube shirts and simple decorated cotton or plain mashru blouses in subdued colours. Young and middle aged women wear Odhanis of red and block striped mashru with embroidered border
MultiColor Spiderweb Agate Pendant Leopard Print Necklace
MultiColor Spiderweb Agate Pendant Leopard Print Necklace
The Gorgeous MultiColor Spiderweb Agate Tear drop Pendant is blended with.The rich warm earthy Brown tones looks wonderful together.The pendant has been freeform wire wrapped with Gold plate non tarnish Wire.Gold plate ribbed double cone beads and Gold plate ribbed double melon beads carries the shine through the design. Banded Zebra Jasper Beads works well with the India Dark Copper Luster Cube Lampwork Beads. A Gold plate magnetic clasp completes this design beautifully. This necklace measures approximately 19 inches long and the Pendant hangs down about 2 inches and is 1 inch across.

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