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Lhasa, Tibet, People's Republic of China. A young Tibetan Buddhist monk drinks a can of Sprite at a festival. : Stock Photo
The festival originated at Drepung Monastery, as a celebration to mark the end of the monks' Yarn, their hundred day summer retreat. Shoton is the transliteration of two Tibetan words which mean 'Yoghurt Banquet'.

Lhasa, Tibet, People's Republic of China. A young Tibetan Buddhist monk drinks a can of Sprite at a festival.

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The festival originated at Drepung Monastery, as a celebration to mark the end of the monks' Yarn, their hundred day summer retreat. Shoton is the transliteration of two Tibetan words which mean 'Yoghurt Banquet'.
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