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'''Amdo''' ([[Wyl.]] ''a mdo''), aka '''Do-mé''' (Wyl. ''mdo smad''), is the North-eastern part of Tibet. It is one of Tibet's three major provinces, the other two being [[Kham]] and [[Ü-Tsang]].
 
'''Amdo''' ([[Wyl.]] ''a mdo''), aka '''Do-mé''' (Wyl. ''mdo smad''), is the North-eastern part of Tibet. It is one of Tibet's three major provinces, the other two being [[Kham]] and [[Ü-Tsang]].
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== Further Reading ==
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* <small>"Amdo One of the Three Traditional Provinces of Tibet", in Karmay, and Samten G. ''Arrow and Spindle Vol 1- Studies in History, Myths, Rituals and Beliefs in Tibet.'' Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point, 1997.</small>
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Revision as of 19:09, 12 March 2016

Amdo (Wyl. a mdo), aka Do-mé (Wyl. mdo smad), is the North-eastern part of Tibet. It is one of Tibet's three major provinces, the other two being Kham and Ü-Tsang.


Further Reading

  • "Amdo One of the Three Traditional Provinces of Tibet", in Karmay, and Samten G. Arrow and Spindle Vol 1- Studies in History, Myths, Rituals and Beliefs in Tibet. Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point, 1997.