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Tibet culture

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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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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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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Tibet Tour
28
Apr

How to plan a trip to Tibet?

Tibet is the dream destination for most travelers out there, and plans a trip to Tibet is the most decisive destination. You might have heard how difficult it is to travel to Tibet and how expensive it is. Here I will give you all the necessary guides and tips to plan a trip to Tibet...
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Jokhang Temple in Lhasa
21
Oct

Things to do in Barkhor street

Barkhor Street is located in Lhasa’s heart, encircling the Jokhang temple in the old district of Lhasa. It is said that in 647, King Songtsen Gampo built the Jokhang temple. Jokhang is one of the first and old temples built in Tibet. Religiously, Barkhor street is actually a one-way circled praying road around the Jokhang...
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