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Tibetan Language
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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08
Nov

Tibetan Greeting

Please install Microsoft Himalayas font for viewing Tibetan Translation. Hello: tashi deleg བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས། How are you? : keh-rang ku-su de-bo yin-peh? ཁྱེད་རང་སྐུ་གཟུགས་བདེ་པོ་ཡིན་པས། Good-bye: kah-leh phe ག་ལེར་ཕེབས་ཨ། See you later: Jay ma jal yong རྗེས་མ་མཇལ་ཡོང་ I’m Sorry : Gong ma tsom rok དགོངས་ན་མ་འཚོམ་རོགས། You’re Welcome : kay-nang-gi-ma-ray གལ་གནང་གི་་མ་རེད། What is your name?: Ming la Garey Ser...
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08
Nov

Tibetan Caligraphy

Throughout the centuries, Tibetans have been using different types of writing styles. Two of those styles, U-chen and U-me are the most commonly used. U-chen style is also called the “cristated script”. This is because when each letter is drawn, a horizontal stroke is used on the top and it is required that these entire...
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08
Nov

Tibetan Language

Tibetans have our own language, which is known as “bod-yig” in the Tibetan-inhabited areas with the meaning of “Tibetan language”. Tibetan language belongs to the Tibetan-Burman branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. According to geographical divisions, it has three major local dialects: U-Tsang, Kham and Amdo. The first two dialects have their own tones in...
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