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Following are some simple and very useful Tibetan greeting words. when you traveling in tibet, these word can help you a lot in many situations. especially if you travel remote and far away place from town and cities Please install Microsoft Himalayas font for viewing Tibetan Translation. Hello: tashi deleg བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས། How are you? :...
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Throughout the centuries, Tibetan calligraphy improve a lot. It have been using different types of writing styles. Two of those styles, U-chen and U-me are the most commonly used. U-chen style is also called the “cristated script”. This is because when each letter is drawn, a horizontal stroke is used on the top and it...
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Tibetans have our own language, which is known as “bod-yig” in the Tibetan-inhabited areas with the meaning of “Tibetan language”. Tibetan language belongs to the Tibetan-Burman branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. According to geographical divisions, it has three major local dialects: U-Tsang, Kham and Amdo. The first two dialects have their own tones in...
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