Princess Wencheng live show is Big Stage Drama. Behind the theatre are real mountains and rivers. The combination of Tibetan and Chinese tells the story of Princess Wencheng’s departure from Luoyang at the age of 16 and her three-year journey to Lhasa. There are thousands of girls in the Tang Dynasty, Only one of them has crossed the river to marry a foreign country. If you leave your hometown and go to a distant place, you can’t go back to your hometown, but those who accompany you will never leave. It’s a long way to go, and it’s full of obstacles.
After several years of long-distance marriage, the troops of seeing off relatives were forced to stop because of the plateau, sandstorm, and heavy snow. Fortunately, they were rescued by the monks in the temple, and then they got to Lhasa.
In Lhasa is Tibetan to welcome Wencheng. On the arrival of the princess, the people are singing and playing AGA, and the Jokhang temple and Potala Palace are being built in full swing. The Tibetans are singing and dancing and looking forward to the princess who has been married to afar.
At that moment, they feel that Princess Wencheng is nostalgic for her hometown, but still, for Tibet, They brought a lot of soybean seeds and a Buddha statue of Sakyamuni. It is said that there was a big cave in the Jokhang Temple, where the Buddha statue was sealed up.
Later, Wu Zetian wanted to open the Buddha statue and gave up for some reasons. Princess Wencheng married Lhasa After that, he did not give birth to any offspring for Songzan Ganbu. Among the five wives Songzan Ganbu married, only the Tibetan wife left a son for him. He himself died young and left Wencheng The princess lived alone until she was in her 60s. Because of political factors, Songzan Ganbu’s wives didn’t live in the Potala Palace. Instead, they lived in the red and White House on the hillside of Yaowang mountain, which was also the residence of Princess Wencheng. It was not until the end of the whole performance that they wrote down where “the world is not far away”. The princess always fell to her roots