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08
Jan

Common Buddhist Mudrās

Abhaya Mudrā The right hand shows abhaya mudra while the left is in the varada mudra. The Abhayamudra “gesture of fearlessness” represents protection, peace, benevolence and the dispelling of fear. In Theravada Buddhism it is usually made while standing with the right arm bent and raised to shoulder height, the palm facing forward, the fingers closed, pointing upright and the...
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24
Aug

Guandi Gesar Temple

Guan Yu refers to a Han general of the Three Kingdoms periods (220-280), but in Lhasa there is also a temple to Guan Yu, demonstrating the diversity of religion in Lhasa. In 1793, Qing Dynasty Emperor Qianlong sent General Fukang to fight the Gorkhas when the later invaded Tibet. After achieving victory, General Fukang’an was...
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22
Aug

Medicine Buddha mandala

  Medicine Buddha Mandala for Healing : The Medicine Buddha is believed to be the Buddha of Healing; the true manifestation of the healing energy of all enlightened beings. He wears monastic robes and sits on a lion throne. The color of his body is dark blue and he holds a bowl in his left...
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22
Aug

Sand Mandala

Avalokiteshvara, or Chenrezig as he is known in Tibetan, is the Buddhist deity who personifies the ideal of compassion. He can be portrayed in several different forms, two of the most popular being as a white deity with either four arms or 1000 arms; the extra arms symbolize his ability to help many beings simultaneously....
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13
May

How to travel Tibet from India

Tibet holds a very special place amongst the heart of the Indians especially, not only because of the scenic beauty or the Tibetan charm. The holy spots in Tibet are also extremely holy for the Indians and they respect the Tibetan Kora regions equally. The special mention, however, goes to lake Manasarovar and Mount Kailash which find a special...
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13
May

How to travel Tibet from United States

As one of the top destinations in Asia for tourism, Tibet has become a regular destination for tourists from the United States. Over 9,000 Tibetan Americans currently live in the U.S., and the Tibetan culture is an interesting topic for Americans living in the northeastern states. In total, more than a million Americans travel to Tibet for...
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13
May

How to Travel from United kingdom to Tibet

For visitors to Tibet from the United Kingdom, it is the journey of a lifetime and is much like a trip to another world. Set far apart from the U.K., in distance as well as in culture, Tibet is a stunning land of high mountains, beautiful scenery, and captivating lakes. Set on the high plateau to...
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29
Apr

Buddhist Wheel of Life

Whoever has visited a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, no matter if in Ladakh, Tibet or Bhutan, has also probably noticed, usually at the entrance of the temple, a drawing of the Buddhist Wheel of Life. This symbolic representation, or Bhavacakra, serves as a wonderful summary of what Buddhism is and also reminds us that every action...
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22
Apr

Tibetan calendar

The Tibetan Ephemeris, Calendar, and Almanac The Tibetan system of astronomy and astrology is extremely complex. It takes five years to study and master it at the Astro Division of the Tibetan Medical and Astro Institute in Dharamsala, India. Students learn to calculate everything by hand in the traditional manner, on a wooden board covered...
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22
Apr

High altitude sickness

A trip to Tibet can be a transcendent experience. The Dalai Lama’s homeland is known as the “roof of the world” — a high, windswept place with roaring rivers, snowcapped peaks, and pastoral villages. But a Tibet visit can also mean a nasty case of altitude sickness for people who are used to the atmospheric pressure...
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05
Mar

Display of 200 Rare antiquity from Tibet in Beijing

The history of the China’s Tibet may seem complex to those who don’t know much about the region. Fortunately, a Beijing exhibition is helping to clear up the mystic surrounding the region’s culture and its roots. The exhibition Tibetan History and Culture that kicked off at the Capital Museum on Tuesday features 216 extremely rare...
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24
Jan

Mount Namcha Barwa

“Namcha barwa” in the Tibetan language carries several meanings, of which one goes as “the burning thunder and lightning” and another “the spear that shoots upright to the heaven”. The main peak of Mount Namcha Barwa is 7,782 meters high and famed as “the father of icebergs”. The foot of the peak abounds with a...
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Lhasa nyingchi expressway
18
Jan

Nyingchi Lhasa Expressway

Other than pine multiple tunnels and Barla Mountain Tunnel, the national road 318 lines of Lhasa to Linzhi high grade Highway was start operation from 1st, October. Travel duration Lhasa to Nyingchi was reduce from 10 hours to 4.5 hours. Greatly improved the traffic conditions of this golden tourist route between Ningchi and Lhasa. Nyingchi...
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nepal tibet train
18
Jan

Nepal Tibet Railway

Nepal Tibet railway going to join the border areas with Nepal within the next five years. The railway will stretch out for another 540 kilometers from Xigaze to Kyirong county which sits on the border of Tibet and Nepal. The main aim of this project is to promote trade, also supplement for road and air...
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Samye Monastery - first buddhist monastery in Tibet
17
Jan

Trandruk Monastery

Tran means roc and druk means dragon in Tibetan. The monastery got is name from the legend that it could only be built after Songtsan Gampo had turned into a roc and conquered an evil dragon. It’s said that renowned figures in the history of Tibetan Buddhism, such as Padmasambhava and Milariba, had practised Buddhism...
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03
Dec

Our trip to Tibet

Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet, and Potala palace is the sanctuary and also the politician center of the Tibetan, everyday in the morning the Tibetan come to front of the Potala palace and pray. Now it is the period of the Olympics games, Lhasa had a rebellion in the April of this year, there...
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