'Old and young alike were in the ever-moving line, which Old Sherap told me encircled the lamasery from dawn to dark. And some of the women even carried babies in their arms, to bring them in early contact with the religious and the holy which played so great a part in almost every phase of the life and customs of these the most religious people in the world.'
Source of Descriptive Information
Forman, H. (1936).Through forbidden Tibet: An adventure into the unknown by Harrison Forman. London: Jarrolds. (p. 41).