The Religions of Tibet
No one is better qualified than Tucci to write a general yet comprehensive work on such a complex subject. His explorations in Tibet, extensive personal experiences, direct observations of ritual, and unmatched textual knowledge are graciously combined in this valuable and highly readable volume. (Barbara Nimri Aziz, Journal of Asian Studies). Tucci's most significant contribution is his application of a systematic analysis of parallels and interconnections among the religious practices of Tibetans...We have both a thorough analysis of significant texts as well as a description and appreciation of rituals, architecture, and artifacts. (Francis V. Tiso, Cross Currents). [Readers] are not soon to find a more informative, comprehensive rendering of the religions of Tibet-minus all the myths and by a scholar as extraordinary as Giuseppe Tucci. (A. Torn Grunfeld, Focus on Asian Studies). We have here a synthesis of Tucci's knowledge and insight into one of the most extraordinary of the world's great cultures. (Ninian Smart, Times Literary Supplement).
by : Giuseppe Tucci