Rock painting of Guru Rinpoche en route to Tango Monastery. On the window ledges of the building sit small sculpture stupa images (tsha tsha) made of clay containing ashes of the cremated dead
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- Small sculpture stupa images (tsha tsha) made of clay contain ashes of the cremated dead.
- Small sculpture stupa images (tsha tsha) made of clay containing ashes of the dead, placed under rocks en route to Tango Goemba.
- A wall painting of Yulkhorseng, God of the East, with his lute, at the 17th century Paro Dzong.
- A wall painting at the 17th century Paro Dzong, one of Bhutan's most impressive and well-known dzongs.
- Wall painting of Buddha with earth-touching mudra at Tango Monastery.
- Small sculpture stupa images (tsha tsha) made of clay containing ashes of the dead, placed at the base of a prayer wheel at Drukgyel Dzong.
- Phallus decoration on the wall of a house in Thimphu.
- Phallus decoration on the wall of a shop in Sopsokha village, close to Chimi Lhakhang.
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