Tibetan Religious Dances: Tibetan text and annotated translation of the 'chams yig'
De Gruyter 1976-1997
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Nebesky-Wojkowitz was an eclectic major Austrian scholar of Tibetan shamanism. Traveling in the post-WW II era, he discovered -- and was the first translator for -- early religious texts, introducing the West to the little-known Bon culture. He died young, under mysterious circumstances, and Tibetans believed it was because because he angered the “Oracles and Demons of Tibet” which he revealed to non-believers.
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