The below Schematic Map Drawing gives a clear overview of the Historical Borders of the Nation of Bodyul, better known internationally as Tibet. The Map shows the borders of Tibet as it existed roughly between 1900 AD and 1949 AD. At the Time 'Tibet' was an independant Nation based on the ethnic and cultural unity of a variety of Tibetan Peoples (Tribes). Among them the Khampa's, the Sera, the Yugur and many more.
Additional borders depicted in thick grey lines on the Map are the National Borders of surrounding states and delineated borders of Chinese Provinces and Territories.
The Map of tibet further includes: Names and locations of the Three Main Provinces of Tibet, some of their sub-divided regions, plus the locations, historic Names and current names of Main Cities, Towns and Population centers of historical Tibet (places often defined by their specific Monastery or Temple) as well as the locations and names of Holy Mountains where possible.
Introduction to Map Tibet Historic Borders
The China Report
Marks location of Special Interest Cultural Historic Site
Marks City, Town and Report
Please use this Map to Navigate Tibet & wider Regions !
Where possible locations of surviving Monasteries or ruins there of have been included in the Map. Please click each Location to browse through additional information on each location (where available).