Buddhist Monks - Tibet
Buddhist Monks | Ganden Monaster | Tibet, 2011
Monks have an important place in Tibetan society, conducting religious ceremonies and taking care of the monasteries. Traditionally, many families send at least one son away to train to become a monk from the age of five.
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