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Pakistan and Tibet

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Jeric dela Cruz

on 7 January 2015

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Transcript of Pakistan and Tibet

Arts forms
Tibetan Buddhist tradition involving the creation and destruction of mandalas made from colored sand.
Truck Art of Pakistan (Moving Art)
Many trucks and buses in Pakistan are highly customized and decorated by their owners.
Ranikot Fort
Ranikot Fort has a circumference of about 26 km or 16 miles
Since 1993, it has been on the list of tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Architectures
As-salamu alaykum
Traditional Attires
Decipher the Message
“RM WLRMT ZIGH ZMW XIZUGH, SVZIG RH ZM RNKLIGZMG RMTIVWRVMG.”
Pakistan and Tibet
Arts and Crafts
Pakistani Rupee
Chinese Yuan
Tibet
Pakistan
Chuba
A long spacious robe with wide, elongated sleeves which hang almost to the ground.
Shalwar Kameez
The national dress is shalwar kameez for both men and women. It consists of a long, loose fitting tunic with trousers baggy enough to not see the shape of their legs
Sand Mandala of Tibet
Standing at 117 meters in height and 360 meters in width
designated as a World Heritage Site in 1994
considered a most important example of Tibetan architecture
Currency
Potala Palace in Tibet
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