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  • Lo-Manthang, Mustang district of northern Nepal

At 15,000 feet in the Himalayas lies the Tibetan kingdom of Lo-Manthang, in the Mustang district of northern Nepal. The current king, King Jigme, is the 25th monarch in a line that dates back to the 14th century. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the salt trade made Mustang a highly prosperous kingdom. Today, just outside the city gate are fields of barley, mustard, wheat, and buckwheat. The surrounding mountains hold magnificent monasteries with  red-robed monks, bell-shaped chortens, or religious shrines, and caves rich with ancient Tibetan Buddhist paintings.

Photo © 2011 Susan Caster; featured in the 2015 International Calendar

Nepal Landscape Notecard (set of 10 notecards) (RPCV Groups)

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    Nepal Landscape Notecard: set of 10 cards of one image + 10 envelopes

    Send a note, give a gift, or raise funds with International Notecards

    Lo-Manthang, Mustang district of northern Nepal: At 15,000 feet in the Himalayas lies the Tibetan kingdom of Lo-Manthang, in the Mustang district of northern Nepal. The current king, King Jigme, is the 25th monarch in a line that dates back to the 14th century. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the salt trade made Mustang a highly prosperous kingdom. Today, just outside the city gate are fields of barley, mustard, wheat, and buckwheat. The surrounding mountains hold magnificent monasteries with red-robed monks, bell-shaped chortens, or religious shrines, and caves rich with ancient Tibetan Buddhist paintings. Photo © 2011 Susan Caster; featured in the 2015 International Calendar

    Card measures 6¼ x 3½” and is blank inside

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