Tibet: History, Art and Culture thus contains till day many features, which gives clues to the early Pre Buddhist tradition throughout the greater Himalayan tract. The corridor over the northern mountains in the medieval times opened up new vistas, hitherto un-traversed of religious and cultural life.
The Indian Museum, Kolkata and Chhratrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Mumbai are in the possession of a large collection of different times and origin. These art traditions represent a school of an artistic style of its own has been dealt with by the author of the book. This is more comprehensive comprises an intensive study of art objects of Tibet.
While going through the material for the first time we came to realize that Tibetan art was not an individual phenomenon confined to Tibet but a part of the common Buddhist art movement in medieval Trans-Himalayan Asia. The Tibetan artifacts have a vast and complex iconographical heritage, expressed in works of art. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Vastu Sangrahalaya will bring the aesthetic and religious symbolism which aids in our understanding of the cultural history of Tibet.