Beyond Kailash Book - A Journey through Tibet
Through Western Tibet to Mt Kailash & Tsaparang.
In 2014 Silk Road director Peter Bennion (Mahaprasara) travelled through Western Tibet to Mt Kailash & the ruins of the ancient Kingdom of Gu-ge. This self published book, available in several printed formats & PDF, is a narrated photographic account of that journey.
Gu-ge is where Atisha revived Buddhism in Tibet in the 11th Century. It is the location Tholing monastery & the deserted citadel of Tsaparang - places described by Lama Govinda in the Tibet travel classic "The Way of the White Clouds".
The Buddhist art at Tholing & Tsaparang was mostly destroyed in China's Cultural Revolution in the 1960's but this book describes encounters & the journey across Western Tibet, the pilgrimage around Mt Kailash & the remains of the temples of Gu-ge - it is a unique contemporary document of this remote part of Tibet.
Printed books are available from the Silk Road Gallery or from the publishers Blurb. PDF's are available from Blurb.
When you buy direct from Silk Road Gallery you will get a signed copy at a discounted price plus 5 free postcards of images from Tibet or Ladakh (Little Tibet). Select your format from the menu above.
On the links below you can view low resolution previews, order PDF's & order print books from Blurb
Choose from four formats:
Images from Beyond Kailash: square format 18x18cm hardback book: 116 pages of photos with captions; 105 photos, mostly full colour, £50. Also available as PDF £9. Recommended.
Standard 24x20cm landscape format hardback book: 128 pages of commentary and photos; over 100 photos, mostly full colour, 20 additional photos. £68. Also available as PDF £9.99. Recommended.
Large Landscape 33x28cm hardback book: 130 pages of commentary and photos; over 100 large photos, mostly full colour, over 30 additional photos. £108.
24x20cm Landscape Layflat format hardback book printed on card: 94 pages of commentary and photos; over 90 large photos, mostly full colour, over 20 additional photos: £195; PDF £9.99.
Click on the links below for previews and to order from Blurb: