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A Khampa Tibetan girl in a traditional ceremonial costume from Palyul county. She wears the traditional women's headdress in Palyul with many strands of turquoise, and a gold necklace across her forehead, nine necklaces of coral and contemporary dzi, and coral and dzi beads set gold rings on six fingers. The costume and ornaments are the belongings of her family, and contain much of the family's wealth and savings. Traditional Ceremony, Dzi Beads, Women Headdress, Ceremony Costumes, Tibetan Woman, Tibetan Girls, Gold Rings, Gold Necklaces, Khampa Tibetan
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To the Khampa people of Tibet these ornaments have the utmost sentimental value and significance, because they are the physical remnants of generations of their ancestors hard work or success. What they represent is not just their life savings, but also their family history and treasure.
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