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Tshewang Gyalpo, center, of Bhutan's Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, and Pauline Sugino, of the Honolulu Academy of Arts, right, record conditions of artworks. Buddhist belief holds that these objects actually embody the deities and lamas, or holy men, whose images and life stories they portray. Most have never traveled outside of Bhutan, and the Bhutanese government let them go on the condition that they be spiritually chaperoned by a changing roster of monks. Photo: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times



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