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About Tibet
13
Jan

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...
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28
Dec

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...
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28
Dec

Handicraft

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...
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28
Dec

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...
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26
Dec

Legend of King Gesar

An introduction King Gesar is a heroic epic created collectively by the Tibetans during the 11th to 13th century. As the beloved king of the ancient Tibetan kingdom of Ling, Gesar was believed to be the son of God of Heaven. Gesar and his followers bravely and resourcefully struggled against evil forces and conquered the...
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07
Dec

Momo

 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...
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16
Nov

Horse Racing Festival

Horse race and arrow shooting are popular sports on the vast expanse of grassland in Tibet, which has a history of more than 500 years in the regular festival ceremony, starting from Gyantse in back Tibetan area. During the year of 1408, In memory of the local King Rapten Kunsang, the festival falls on the...
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16
Nov

Ling Ka Festival

The Tibetans are a people whose love of nature has given rise to a special national custom, the Lingka Festival. The fifth month by the Tibetan calendar is the best season for Lingka, so people leave their houses and put up tents in the thick forest in Lingka, and happily enjoy the charity of nature....
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16
Nov

Monlam Festival

This is the greatest religious festival in Tibet. Originated from Tsongkpa in 1409, the founder of the Gelukpa sect. Monks from the Three Great Monastery of Tibet assemble in Jokhang for prayer to Shakyamuni’s imaThe Great Prayer Festivalge as if it were the living Buddha.According to the legend, in the first month of the year,...
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16
Nov

Shoton ( yogurt) Festival

It’s one of the Tibetan traditional festivals. In Tibetan, “sho” means “Yoghurt” and “ton” means “banquet”. So Shoton Festival is also called the ‘Yoghurt Festival’. Subsequently, as the activities of Shoton Festival gradually changed into an activity with Tibetan opera as a major part, so people also called it the Tibet Opera Festival. Prior to...
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