Losel Doll Museum inside the Norbulingka Institute exhibits beautifully decorated dolls. Costumes and activities of the people in each of the regions of Tibet are represented through these dolls. Along with the crafts produced at institute, models of dolls are also put on sale.
The Losel Doll Museum can be found in the Norbulinka Palace ("Beautiful Garden Palace", originally the name of the summer palace of the Dalai Lamas in Tibet) in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is a place that might have been designed by a Tibetan relative of Jan Svankmajer ( [link] ), filled with stately, strange, vivid dolls recreating the lost traditional clothes and customs of the Tibetans.