A Tibetan Love Story Kate Karko
Hodder and Staughton, Great Britain, 2000
Karko's comfortable upbringing did not prepare her for meeting her Tibetan husband, Tsedup, in India. For nine years they had to live on England and could not see his family. When they made it back, Karko was accepted into the tribe and called "Namma". She lived in a tent on the remote grasslands of Amdo, at the far east of the Tibetan Plateau. Namma is a travel book and love story for our times.