The Treasury of Lives

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A two storey manor house in Lhasa, this was the former Lhasa home of the aristocratic Changlochen family, one of the foremost families of Tsang. The family takes its name from their village of Changlochen near Gyantse. This house was demolished in 1997.


Alexander, André. 2018. The traditional Lhasa house: typology of an endangered species. Chicago: Serindia. pp. 56, 176

Taring, Zasak J., and Chie Nakane. 1984. Map of Lhasa, drawn by Zasak J. Taring. Tokyo: University of Tokyo, Institute of Oriental Culture. 

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