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prostration in Tibetan Buddhism
23
Sep

Prostration in Tibetan Buddhism

In every religion, practitioners offer prostration to God and their holy places as a sign of respect and offer homage to seek their guide for the pure body, mind, and soul and purify the mind, body, and speech. There is a different way to prostrate and purify one’s delusion and lousy karma in Buddhism. In...
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Samye Monastery
06
Sep

Samye Monastery

Samye monastery is in Darnak town of Lhoka County(Shannan), Tibet. It is situated valley facing the northern part of the Yarlung Tsangpo river. Samye Monastery was first established in the 8th century by King Trisong Dhesten, who invited scholar Khenpo Bhodisatuva and Guru Padmasambhava from India to bless the site took three years to build...
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Drakza Monastery
01
Sep

Drakza Monastery in Nangchen

Drakza Monastery is in Chiknyisep Township of Nangchen County. The monastery is situated on a rocky cliff surrounded by mountains. The locals believed that this place resembles a lotus flower, which these stiff mountains around the monastery represent petals of the lotus flower. The landscape of the monastery is breathtaking and peaceful. Drakza monastery belongs...
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Potala Palace
22
Aug

Buddhist sites in Lhasa

All the Tibet tour starts from Lhasa in Tibet. Tibet has a long history and many attractions. Each itinerary has listed many attractions for you to visit. However, here are the must-visit attractions in Tibet, mostly Buddhist sites located in and around Lhasa. If you could spend two to three days in Lhasa, visiting those...
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Landscape of tibet
16
Aug

Why should you travel to Tibet?

Travel to Tibet is referred to as travel to the roof of the world or land of snow. This is because the average altitude of the Tibetan plateau is above 4000m above sea level. It stretches for around 2000km from west to east, surrounded by high peak mountains. The Himalayan Mountain ranges to the south,...
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travel to Tibet
11
Aug

How to Travel to Tibet from Kathmandu in Nepal?

One of the ways for tourists to get to Tibet is via Nepal, China’s closest neighbor to the west. Nepal and Tibet share their border in the heights of the mighty Himalayas, and both are popular tourist destinations for travelers who love trekking and mountaineering, as well as the spectacular Himalayan mountain scenery.  Why travel...
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prayer flags
15
Jul

CHOEKOR DUCHEN FESTIVAL

Choekor Duchen festival in Tibet is one of the four great seasonal festivals. They are numerous festivals celebrated by the Tibetan and the most important four seasonal festivals celebrated by all Tibetan Buddhists are Losar (Tibetan New Year), Saga Dawa (a month where Buddha was born, enlightenment and death), and Choekor Duchen (Buddha gave teachings...
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Potala Palace
19
Jun

What to see in Tibet?

You might have heard about Tibet’s unique culture and its beautiful landscapes. I have been traveling around Tibet for many years, and here I will share some of the best things to do in Tibet and unique places to visit. I hope it’ll inspire you to travel to Tibet. What to see in Tibet? Most...
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Yushu horse racing festival
08
Jun

Yushu Horse Racing Festival 2021

Where is Yushu? Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is located in southern Qinghai province on the northern Tibetan Plateau with an elevation of around 3,700 m (12,100 ft). It is 500 miles from Xining (the capital of Qinghai Province). Yushu has a population of 300,000 people and is over 95% Tibetan. The prefecture has an area of 188,794 square...
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08
May

BREAKING NEWS: Tibet is reopened for foreigners!

Great news for all the foreigners who live in China. Finally, Tibet is reopened. We had so many travelers asking about Tibet trips since last year. Now it’s time to book your flights and join our Tibet group tours with different options. Here are the conditions: Residence proof: You will need residence proof that you...
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