Mongolian Gelug torma offering, with a meticulously stacked base of traditional bread decorated with hand-made dried yogurts (commonly used at this wintery time of the year). On top of this is placed the ornate torma offering made by one of Zava Damdin’s lineage monks. A ‘thangka’ (Tib.: ཐང་ཀ་)—a representational hand painting on cotton surrounded by Indian and Nepalese silk appliqué depicting Je Tsongkhapa (centre-top) and his immediate descendent lineage masters below. This elaborate installation is positioned next to Zava Damdin’s right hand. Gandan Lhavjaa Puja, Ulaanbaator Mongolia 4 March 2017.