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The Essence of Wongkor Festival The Wongkor Festival, a cornerstone of Tibetan agricultural culture, symbolizes the community’s hopes for a bountiful harvest. Derived from “vong” (fields or land) and “skor” (circling), Wongkor literally means circling the fields. Celebrated extensively in farming areas, it’s known as “Yarkyi” in regions like Lhatse and Dingri, signifying the joy...
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Prepare for the Tibetan New Year with our comprehensive shopping guide. Discover the bustling markets of Chongsaikang in Lhasa and Barkhor Specialty Product Mall, hubs for essential New Year items. Learn about the significance of Multicolored Barley Ears, Kasai pastries, Chemar Boxes filled with barley and Tsampa, Butter Sculptures, and Losar Metok flowers. These traditional...
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Discover the unique Tibetan New Year celebration, Sonam Losar, recognized as part of the Tibet Autonomous Region's Intangible Cultural Heritage. Uncover the rich traditions and preparations starting from the Tibetan calendar's twelfth month, including house cleaning rituals, repainting sacred mounds, and symbolic culinary practices. Learn about the vibrant customs that set Sonam Losar apart from...
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Immerse yourself in the enchanting Butter Lamp Festival in Lhasa, Tibet - a captivating celebration of light and wisdom. Discover how this ancient tradition honors Tsongkhapa's legacy, unites diverse Tibetan communities, and offers a mesmerizing spectacle of devotion. Join us in exploring the rich spiritual tapestry of this unique cultural event that transcends boundaries and...
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List of Some Key Folk and Religious Festivals in Tibet  2023 Collection FestivalGregorian calendarTibetan New Year – LosarFebruary 21Saga Dawa monthFrom May 20th to June 18th, Festival, June 4thTashilhunpo Monastery FestivalJuly 2-July 4thGyantse Horse Dama FestivalJuly 20 -July 24Nakchu Horse Racing FestivalAugust 1 (The activity time is about 1 week)Shoton FestivalAugust 16Palha DuchenNovember 27Ganden Lantern...
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Saga Dawa is the Tibetan name for the Fourth month of the Tibetan Lunar Calendar. This month in Tibetan Buddhism tradition, is the most auspicious month of the Whole Year. In this month Buddha Shakyamuni was birth, enlightened, and turned the wheel of dharma and Nirvana. Three auspicious days fall in this month. So during...
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Tibetan Festivals in first Lunar Month The Great Prayer Festival (Mon-lam) This is the greatest religious festival in Tibet. Originated by TsongKhapa in 1409, the founder of the Geluk sect. Monks from the Three Great Monastery of Tibet assemble in Jokhang for prayer to Shakyamuni’s image as the living Buddha.Read Details The Large Dharma Transmission...
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Horse racing Festival Tibet
The Gyantse Dama Horse Race Festival has been celebrated since the 15th century, and it occurs when the meadow becomes verdant and luxuriant. Many equestrians adorn themselves and their horses to participate in the exciting horse races. The yearly equestrian festival is held during the sixth month of the Tibetan calendar. The myth suggests that...
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Experience the magic of the Shoton Festival, also known as the Shoton Yogurt Festival or Tibet Opera Festival. Discover the rich traditions and culture of Tibet through Great Buddha Displays, Tibetan Opera Shows, and Horsemanship & Yak Races. Join the festivities in Norbu Lingka, the summer palace of the Dalai Lama, and immerse yourself in...
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Experience the beauty of Nyingchi Peach Blossom Festival in Tibet. Discover the best spots to see the blooming peach flowers and plan your trip now.
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Horse racing Festival Tibet
In the vibrant and culturally rich land of Tibet, religious activities have always played a significant role in the lives of its people. The 17th century marked a turning point when these activities took on a symbolic meaning, captivating the hearts and minds of the locals. One such festival that embodies this symbolism is the...
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Discover the Lingka Festival, a special national custom of the Tibetans. People camp in the forest, celebrating nature and legends of peace and happiness.
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The Great Prayer Festival in Tibet is a religious celebration of immense significance. Its origins can be traced back to 1409, when Tsongkpa, the founder of the Gelukpa sect, established the festival. The Three Great Monastery of Tibet, consisting of Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery, and Ganden Monastery, come together at the revered Jokhang temple to...
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