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China Visa

If you want to visit one of the biggest and most exotic countries on Earth, China is the place to go – and for that you need to get a China tourist visa first. From the Great Wall of China to a spectacular fireworks show every New Year’s; China is on the bucket list of most...
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Ganden Phodrang

The Ganden Phodrang , new era began with the Great 5th Dalai Lama, Lobsang Gyatso, who unified Central Tibet with the support first of the Mongol Gushri Khan and then the Qing emperor in the 17th century. He established a new system of government, known as the Ganden Phondrang,...
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Tibet Decentralised

Tibet Decentralised Period, This episode ended the lineage of King in 842 A.D. The royal family dissolved and there was no strong government in Tibet until much later. A number of small Kingdoms arose in different areas, but there was no central administration and even the...
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Jowo Shakyamuni, Buddha statue heart of Jokahng Temple

Religion in Tibet

Religion in Tibet – Bon and Buddhism. Before the seventh century almost all the Tibetans including the Kings and ministers believed and practiced a religions called Bon, which is native to Tibet. It is believed that Tonpa Sherap, who was the founder of Bon, came from Olmo...
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Tibet first king

The first King, Nyatri Tsenpo In the process of historical development, one big change was from primitive society to slavery system. Different tribes had to fight for the ownership of land and other issues. Therefore, it was important to look for a capable King who could rule...
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Human Evolution in Tibet

History of Tibet, human evolution,  There is a beautiful legend related with the origin of human beings on the highland of Tibet. It is said that once upon a time Avalokitesvara, the Buddha of compassion gave lay-practitioner’s vow to a monkey and sent it to the snowy land...
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Tibet history

Tibet history. Millions of years ago, Tibet was cover by a big sea. Slowly, great pressure from the Indian continent forced the land north of the Himalayan range upward to became the Asian plateau of Tibet. It’s average elevation is about four thousand meters above the sea...
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Tibetan Horse racing skill, famous with Gyangtse damak

Gyangtse Horse racing

Gyangtse horse racing “Gyangtse dama festival”, The festival time are 20 first day of July every year holding same time, is very colourful time to be in Gyangtse county, lots of differences performance, like Tibetan opera or Ston leave, and so on, there streets are thouasand...
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Saga Dawa Festival

Saga Dawa festival, the fourth month in Tibetan lunar calendar is called Saga Dawa. It is the most auspicious month because Buddha Shakyamuni was born in this month, moreover, he attained enlightenment and passed into Nirvana in this month as well. Buddhists believe that the...
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Butter Lamp Festival

This delicious-sounding festival involves lighting butter lamps (lamps made of butter) and displaying butter sculptures in order to commemorate Shakyamuni Buddhas great debating victory over his opponents about 2,500 years ago in India. He bested them in a great debate. The...
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