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Geshe Konchog Wangdu reading mahayana sutras from an old woodblock copy of the Tibetan Kanjur. He is seated at a special sutra stool, wearing the traditional woolen Ladakhi hat and robe, allowed by Vinaya for extremely cold conditions.

This image is derived from a digital photo was taken by Ben, in June 2003 while visiting Rizong monastary. He has assigned the GNU Free Documentation License to the image.

Uploaded on 13 May 2004 by en:User:20040302.

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