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Tibet Heritage Fund

The former Lhasa manor house of the aristocratic Palha family, also known as the Pajo Lhakhang family.  The house, constructed in 1750 as a two storey stone building in the Jokhang area, was still extant in 1994 at the time of the Lhasa Atlas survey.



Alexander, André. 2018. The traditional Lhasa house: typology of an endangered species. Chicago: Serindia, pp. 118-121. 

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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