by Anāgarika Lāma Govinda | 123,888 words
The Way of the White Clouds as an eye-witness account and the description of a pilgrimage in Tibet during the last decenniums of its independence and unbroken cultural tradition, is the attempt to do justice to the above-mentioned task, as far as this is possible within the frame of personal experiences and impressions. This work is licensed under...
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• Making the buddhist and tibetan proper nouns consistent according to some standard convention. I have followed IAST (International alphabet for sanskrit transliteration). During conflict, I have followed the convention used overlook press. Although, it seems to me that there is some difference in writing, some pāli proper nouns compared to their corresponding sanskrit nouns.
• Adding illustrations and pictures, while taking care of the copyright issues.
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