Five Dzasa at Dekyi Lingka

Five Dzasa at Dekyi Lingka

BMR.6.8.34 (Transparency colour)

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Key Information


Hugh E. Richardson


Hugh Richardson

Date of Photo


Named Person

Ngawang Gyaltsen, Tsarong Dzasa, Kundeling Dzasa Woser Gyaltsen, Horzur Dzasa, Phuntsog Rabgye Ragashar


Lhasa > Dekyi Lingka

Accession number


Image Dimensions

60 x 90 mm

[When flipped] Five Dzasa standing in the garden of Dekyi Lingka. They are from left to right: Ngawang Gyaltsen (wearing a black hat), Tsarong, Kundeling Dzasa (the treasurer of Kundeling monastery), Horzur and Ragashar.

Further Information

Photographic Process

Transparency Colour


Hugh E. Richardson

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Other Information

Technical Information - The camera used to take this collection of colour slides (Dufay colour) were a Zeiss Super Ikonta and a Reflex Korelle. [KC 09/10/2006]

Manual Catalogues -

Manual Catalogues - Typewritten handlist entitled 'Hugh Richardson Collection, The British Museum. Photographs taken between 1936-50. Cameras: Zeiss Super Ikonta, Reflex Korelle. 300 colour slides (Dufay colour); copies made Jan. 1995.
[no.] 34. Five Dzasas, nobles of high rank and Lama officials with important administrative duties. At far left (in black hat) is Ngawang Gyaltsen, a married ex-monk official; next to him is Tsarong, with Kundeling Dzasa (Treasurer of Kundeling Monastery) in the middle; then Horzur and Ragashar.' [KC 09/10/2006]

For Citation use:
The Tibet Album. "Five Dzasa at Dekyi Lingka" 05 Dec. 2006. The British Museum. <>.

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