Thangka, Tibetan Buddhist painting scrolls.

A master and his students are busy preparing the best scrolls for an exhibition.

An injured cow wanders up to the house.

They stop their work in progress, and discuss how to save the cow, bitten by a wolf.

They cut down Tibetan barley, which is said to have antiseptic properties.

When the cow’s condition doesn’t improve, the master goes into the mountains to gather herbs.

The cow recovers.

The thangka scrolls are finished.

 

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