Sikkim and Bhutan

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Table of Contents

I The Geographical Position And General            1  (6)
Features Of The States Of Sikhim And Bhutan
II The People: Their Morals, Religion, And 7 (9)
Language
III A Short History Of Sikhim 16 (3)
IV Early Reminiscences 19 (6)
First Visit To Sikhim, 1887.
The Brothers Khangsa Dewan And Phodong Lama,
The Shoe Dewan And Kazis.
Return To Gangtak With The Entchi Column,
1888.
First Meeting With Their Highnesses The
Maharaja And Maharani Of Sikhim.
V More Early Reminiscences 25 (8)
My Appointment To Sikhim.
Departure Of The Maharaja To Kurseong.
Inspection Of The Country With Phodong Lama
And Shoe Dewan.
Opening Up By Means Of Roads And Bridges.
Sources Of Revenue.
Mineral Wealth.
Visit To Yatung, So-Called Trade Mart.
VI More Early Reminiscences 33 (12)
Building A House.
Lepcha Servants.
Supplies.
A Garden Party.
The Residency Garden.
Roses And lilies.
A Wave Of Colour.
Orchids.
Visit To Tumlong.
Worship Of Kangchenjunga.
Lama Dance.
Missionaries.
Difficulties Of Travelling.
Crossing The Teesta In Flood.
Landslips.
Leeches.
VII The Delhi Durbar And Visit Of The Chiefs To 45 (8)
Calcutta To Meet Their Royal. Highnesses The
Prince And Princess Of Wales
VIII Expeditions And Explorations In Sikhim 53 (10)
From Gangtak Over The Giucha-La To Ringen.
Loss Of A Coolie.
Camp Amongst Glaciers And Moraines.
A Snow Leopard.
Alpine Flowers.
Avalanches And Ice Caves.
Crossing A Difficult Gorge.
Lepchas And Wild Bees.
The Rungnu.
Sakhyong.
IX Expeditions And Explorations In 63 (19)
Sikhim-Continued
From Gangtak To The Zemu Glacier, Lonak
Valley, Lachen And Lachung.
Mr. Hoffman.
Cloud Effects.
Cane Bridges.
Hot Springs.
Tatung Monastery Add Its Treasures.
Grazing Land And Tibetan Herdsmen.
Yak Transport.
Locusts.
The Sebu Pass.
Snow-Blindness.
Lachung.
Goral-Shooting.
X Expeditions And Explorations In 82 (12)
Sikhim-Continued
Demarcation Of The Northern Boundary Between
Sikhim And Tibet.
Difficulties Of Transport.
Mountain Sickness.
Survey Work.
Caught In A Storm.
Durkey Sirdar.
Ovis Ammon.
Photographing The Glaciers.
A Ride At 21,600 Feet.
Evidence Of Former Size Of The Glaciers
XI Departure From Sikhim 94 (5)
XII History Of The Founding Of Bhutan 99 (6)
XIII My First Mission To Bhutan 105(32)
From Gangtak To Tashi-Cho-Jong.
Choice Of Routes.
The Natu-La In Bad Weather.
Deputation In The Chumbi Valley.
Entering Bhutan.
The Hah-La And Meru-La.
Punishment For Murder.
Leather Cannon.
Paro.
The Penlop's Wives.
Paro-Jong.
Turner's Description.
Eden's Description.
Duggye.
Weeping Cypress At Chalimaphe.
The Quarrel Between Ugyen Wang-Chuk And Aloo
Dorji.
Murder Of Poonakha Jongpen.
Tashi-Cho-Jong
XIV My First Mission To Bhutan-Continued 137(24)
From Tashi-Chojong To Tongsa-Jong.
Simtoka-Jong.
Entry Into Poonakha.
The Deb Raja.
Presentation Of K.C.I.E.
Description Of Poonakha Fort.
Expedition To Norbugang And Talo Monasteries.
Visit Of The Tango Lama.
So-Na-Gasa The Zemri-Gatchie Of Turner.
Farewell Visit To The Deb.
Angdu-Phodang.
Death Of My Dog Nari.
The Pele-La.
Tongsa-Jong.
Bad Roads.
Water-Power Prayer-Wheels.
The Ceremony Of Blessing The Rice-Fields
XV My First Mission To Bhutan-Continued 161(23)
From Tongsa-Jong To Bya-Gha, Lingzi, And
Phari.
Hospitality Of The Tongsa And Tongsa's Sister
At Bya-Gha.
Old Monasteries Near Bya-Gha.
Ancient Traditions.
Carvers And Carpenters At The Champa Lhakhang
Monastery.
Regret At Leaving Bya-Gha.
Lama Dances.
Farewell To Sir Ugyen.
Reception At Tashi-Cho-Jong.
Last Interview With The Deb Raja.
Ta-Tahang Lamas.
Cheri Monastery.
Magnificent Scenery.
Incorrect Maps.
Exposure Of The Dead To Lammergeiers.
View Of Tibet From The Ling-Shi Pass.
Break-Up Of The Mission
XVI An Exploration Of Eastern Bhutan And A 184(13)
Portion Of Tibet In 1906
From Gangtak Vi Dewangirl To Tashigong And
Tashiyangtsi, And On To Tsekang.
Horse-Flies.
Dorunga.
Cypripedium Fairianum.
Sudden Rise Of The River.
Tigers Near The Camp.
Chungkhar.
Borshang Iron-Mines.
Tashigong.
Stick Lac Cultivation.
Suspension Bridges.
Source Of The Dongma-Chhu.
Tashi-Yangtsi.
Prayer-Wheels.
Old Roads.
Chorten Kara.
New Flowering Trees
XVII An Exploration Of Eastern Bhutan And A 197(14)
Portion Of Tibet In 1906-Continued
From Tsekang To Lhakhang-Jong.
Lhalung Monastery And Pho-Mo-Chang-Thang Lake
To Gyantse.
Crossing The Bod-La Between Bhutan And Tibet.
Riding Yaks.
Welcome In Tibet.
Meeting With Sir Ugyen.
Wild Gooseberries.
Old Gold-Workings.
Friendliness Of Tibetans.
Lhakhang-Jong.
Tuwajong.
Dekila, Widow Of Norbu Sring.
Lhalung Monastery.
Ovis Ammon.
Source Of The Nyeru-Chhu.
XVIII My Second Mission To Bhutan 211(13)
Severe Weather.
Shau.
A Frozen Torrent.
Dug-Gye-Jong.
A Visit To Paro Ta-Tshang Monastery.
Sang-Tog-Peri.
Paro-Jong Burnt Down.
Arrival At Poonakha.
The Tongsa's Band.
XIX My Second Mission To Bhutan-Continued 224(13)
Installation Of Sir Ugyen As Maharaja Of
Bhutan.
Presentation Of Gifts.
Tea Ceremony.
Oath Of Allegiance.
Seal Of The Dharma Raja.
Chinese Influence On The Frontier.
Christmas Day.
Feeding The Poor.
Return Of Escort.
Discussion Of State Affairs With Maharaja And
Council.
I Leave For Jaigaon.
A Takin.
Inspection Of Frontier.
Wild Animals
XX British Missions To Bhutan 237(27)
Bogle, 1774.
Hamilton, 1775 And 1777.
Turner, 1783.
Pemberton, 1838.
Eden, 1864.
White, 1905.
White, 1907.
XXI British Relations With Bhutan From 1772 264(21)
Nepalese Invasion Of Tibet, 1792.
The Athara Duars.
Friction With Bhutan.
Our Occupation Of The Bengal Duars.
Expedition Against Bhutan.
Loss Of Guns.
Treaty Of Rawa Pani.
Whole Of Duars Taken By Us.
Tongsa Penlop Accompanies Expedition To Lhasa.
Sir Ugyen's Visit To Calcutta.
Sir Ugyen Elected Maharaja.
XXII Foreign Relations With Bhutan 285(9)
China.
Tibet.
Nepal.
Sikhim.
Cooch Behar.
XXIII Arts And Industries Of Sikhim And Bhutan 294(7)
Chinese And Indian Influence.
Metal-Work In Sikhim.
Method Of Casting.
Sikhim Knives.
Aniline Dyes.
Weaving School In Lachung.
Carpet Factory In Gangtak.
Apple Orchards In Lachung And Chumbi.
Cheese And Butter Making.
Bhutan Metal-Work.
A Wonderful Pan-Box.
Beaten Copper And Silver Work.
Bells.
Swords And Daggers.
Weaving.
Needlework Pictures.
Basket-Work.
Influence Of The Feudal System.
Inferiority Of Tibetan Work.
Wood-Carving In Sikhim, Bhutan, And Nepal.
Appendices
I The Laws Of Bhutan 301(10)
II The Laws Of Sikhim And Marriage Customs 311(11)
III A List Of Some Of The Principal Animals 322(3)
And Birds To Be Found In These Countries, And
Their Habitat
IV Descriptions Of The Art Specimens 325(2)
Illustrated In Chapter XXIII.
Index 327