Mustang, Nepal National Geographic November 1997       Robert Caputo.

kicker-of-elves: “ Mustang, Nepal National Geographic November 1997 Robert Caputo.

Marpha village, Nepal | by temp13rec., via Flickr

Marpha is in the Mustang District of northern Nepal. Marpha Village just south of Jomsom offers a calm and pleasant place to rest and recover from Pokhara and Kathmandu's hustle and bustle.

Coloured chorten in Geling, Mustang, Nepal

Chorten in Geling, Mustang. Near Nepal. ___ Holy remains are inside chortens. They also contain printed prayers and related items. This brings immense blessings t the area around it. The land, air, and water are all blessed as are the people.

At Upper Mustang. The village trail just beneath the large rocky mountains. See the itinerary of this trek here: http://itreknepal.com/annapurna/annapurna-circuit-trek.php at Upper Mustang, Nepal.

At Upper Mustang District of Nepal. The village trail just beneath the large rocky mountains.

The caves near Mustang Nepal where Tibetan monks found seclusion from the world.

The astonishing number of caves, some dug into the cliffside, others tunnelled from above are thousands of years old but who built them and why remains a mystery.

Upper Mustang NEPAL

Upper Mustang NEPAL

Mani wall and caves above Samdzong village, Upper Mustang, Nepal.

Mani wall and caves above Samdzong village, Upper Mustang, Nepal.

'Intimacy' - Mustang, Nepal. Photo by Luigi Fieni

Mustang, Nepal by Luigi Fieni ~ at this time of disaster, sending metta to the people of Nepal and to all those helping them.

Mustang, or the former Kingdom of Lo - Nepal. This place looks incredible.

Mustang: Nepal's former Kingdom of Lo

The village of Tangge stands on the edge of a Kali Gandaki tributary. Buildings are packed tightly together to help protect the residents from the strong winds that pick up each afternoon. (Taylor Weidman/The Vanishing Cultures Project)

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