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momo are special to all tibetans.momo making for the occasion of last day of term at chagpori tibetan medical institute at takdah near darjeeling.
Ursa there is such a tenderness you have captured in his beautiful face. xx
thanks rosie. i think daily meditation practice shows in daily work too.
wonderful portrait and lighting… wot a beautiful gentle face :)
hey carol. i agree. beautiful. he will be a tibetan doctor soon, making diagnosis from feeling your pulse. whenever i saw their master doing that, i thought he is travelling with his mind inside the patient’s body to find what’s wrong.such compassion, respect and tenderness!!!
Wonderful image – working so carefully and precisely too.
hi jody. yep. he was the calmnesss in person. he was surrounded by chattering nuns, children, a tv with tibetan dancing programm on full blast, a foreigner taking pics, her daughter demanding a soft drink, cats who begged for a bit of the filling….but there he was, working his way through dough and meat stuffing as if it was the path to enlightenment….
hey thanks dominique
They look like mini “baozi” … Have you tasted some and what was the filling?
i have. they made cheese ones for us and with meat filling for themselves. i prefer those with pure vegetarian or potato filling.i must have eaten hundreds of them in my long years of accquaintance with the tibetans…
How long have you been in Tibet?
i’ve never been in tibet itself for political reasons. but i studied tibetan language and buddhist philosophy for many years in switzerland and india.
So, this shot was taken in India?
yes, it was taken at chagpori tibetan medical institute at takdah near darjeeling, west bengal, india.
Sorry, I haven’t read the description … Darjeeling. 0_o
no problem at all :-))btw what are baozi?
Baozi are momos!!:)))))) Same shape, same various sorts of fillings, same way to steam them.:)))) This is their name in Northern China and they are also called Mantou in Southern China.
well i love them all and thanks to the chinese for inventing noodles and spaghetti too….
thanks sinisa. i am impressed by your own paintings…