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Ruhtok cliff carving

Ruthok Cliff Carving

Ruthok Cliff carvings are discovered in several places along the road from Sengay Tsangpo (Sutlej river) to Ruthok. Rinminthok cliff carvings on the side of the road are of the animals and figures. Simple and rough, they are full of vitality. Chenpo cliff carvings are rare to find and are 70 kilometers from Ruthok. Carved […]

Thoding Monatsery

Thoding Monastery

Thoding Monastery begen to be built in 996, and it is the first Buddhist Monastery constructed in Ngari Prefecture by Guge Kingdom. The murals of the Monastery can be called the unique paintings through the ages. the second dissemination of Buddhism is originated here. It affords a lot of precious material in kind for research […]

Zhada earthen forest

Zhada Earthen Forest

As a typical typography, Zhada earthen forest can be called an extraordinary master work of the nature. It is the sole one in China and the typical one in the world. it is most representative at both side of Langchen Tsangpo(Indus river). The Zhada earthen forest is 5,000 sq km in scale, while the kernel […]

Mt Kailash

As the main peak of Gangdise Mountain, Mount Kailash (Gang Rinpoche) peak is 6.638 m above sea level. Over 250 glaciers around peak make it the sources of the Indus, Ganges and Yarlung Tsangpo rivers. In the west of Tibet you can find the most holy mountain in the world: Kailash. The mountain dominates the […]

Dzi Bead

Dzi in Tibetan it means Prosperity, Holy and Super Bead. Its source is still unknown and lots of mythical story are related. In English people call it by name of Sky bead or sky pearl. Which is direct translation of Chinese word “Tian Zhu”. The Dzi is Profound manufacture of ancient jewels from Tibet, which […]


Tibetan knives Tibetan Handicrafts Tibetan Knives are traditional and well-known handicrafts with a peculiar style. they are indispensable in the life of herdsmen. Tibetans use them as the tools to defend, to slaughter livestock and to eat meat. Tibetans have a sense of security with knives because Tibetan look might and valiant with knives.Tibetan knives […]

Tibetan House

A folktale of “Dipper Brothers” is well known among the Tibetans: In the ancient time, one day seven brothers from the east cut trees, carried stones and built a giant building overnight to house the common people and to shelter them from the storm. Henceforth, the brothers were invited to the heaven Tibetan Houses to […]


 Sha Momo (Tibetan dumplings), is also very popular with Tibetans a distinctive cuisine, also serve as ethinic‘s hospitality, often have guests enter the House, the host will treat you Tibetan dumplings . Tibetan steamed bun unique production technology, is very particular about the meat, use must be fresh lamb, 40%fat and 60% meat, not like […]


The Mandala (“Wheel of Life”) represents the “Realms of Desire” in the Buddhist Universe. The “Realms of Desire” includes realms of heavens, asuras, humans, Beasts, Hungry Ghosts, and Hell. The “Wheel of Life” is held by Yama, the Lord of Death. Yama is shown to be biting its teeth into the wheel symbolizing the “Realms […]