Dolkar 72, Youdoh 74, & Deckey 76 by Phil Borges

Dolkar 72, Youdoh 74, & Deckey 76

These women are old friends who had fled Tibet with their families shortly after the Dalai Lama left in 1959. Dolkar’s husband was killed during the uprising leaving her with a family of six to raise. She said “although it was a very hard and sad time, having to leave and come to India brought these wonderful friends into my life.”

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<strong>Ngawang 22, Dolma Ling Nunnery, India</strong> <strong>Tempe 40, Dharamsala, India</strong> <strong>Samdi 3, Lhasa, Tibet</strong>