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Top 10 sights of a Tibet Tour | Explore Tibet

Top 10 sights of a Tibet Tour | Explore Tibet

Tibet is the roof of the world, and Tibet tour is almost every traveler’s dream. Despite having very strict Tibet permit policies around using guides, transport, and Tibet permits, thousands of visitors travel to this remote region to experience the adventure that is Tibet. A land full of centuries-old traditions, a mysterious religious culture and massive...
Tibet Trekking

Tibet Trekking

Nestled in the shadows of the Himalayan Mountains, Tibet has always been a land of mysticism and spirituality. With its breathtaking landscape and unique culture, Tibet trekking has always drawn adventurers to its high plateau for the landscape, the mountains, its immense lakes, and its sacred monasteries and temples. While backpacking around Tibet is not...
The Best Tibet Group Tour Package in 2018

The Best Tibet Group Tour Package in 2018

Explore Tibet travel company offers different tour packages for the tourists, but here I had selected some of the best tour packages in 2018, which might help for choosing the right packages. In fact, all tour packages have different taste as the itinerary quite different and give varies experiences.  In the end, one can carry...
15 Days Kailash Tour - Tibet Tour Itinerary

15 Days Kailash Tour – Tibet Tour Itinerary

The journey will lead across the great central Tibet of U-Tsang to the western Ngari. This tour is the best Tibet group tour if you are not very much interested in seeing Tibet rather than taking a picture at the  The journey covers all the wishes of travellers who are enthusiast about having insights of...
Namcho Monastery-Tibet.

Namcho Monastery-Tibet.

  Although Jangchub Gyaltsen’s family was historically connected with the Kagyu tradition at Densatil monastery,Jangchup Gyaltsen himself was a monk in the Kadam tradition. It was around the Kadam monastery he founded known simply as Tsetang Gompa, that the village of Tsedang evolved. Changchup Gyaltsen’s successor however aligned themselves with the newly emerging Geluk school...
Rechung Puk

Rechung Puk

One of  Milarepa’s foremost disciples was a yogi named Rechungpa(1083-1161) He was eleven years old when he met milarepa and spent many years practicing under his guidance. He traveled twice to India,where he also studied extensively with Indian teachers. In contrast to Milarepa’s other main disciple,the scholar-monk Gampopa,Rechungpa was a lay yogi. Rechung Puk (Rechung’s...
Daklha Gampo Monastery-Tibet.

Daklha Gampo Monastery-Tibet.

A young man Gampopa or Dakpo Lhaje (1079-1153) was trained as a doctor. His young wife died when he was twenty causing him to reflect deeply on the purpose of human life. Six years later he was ordained as a monk in the Kadampa tradition of Atish and devoted himself to the study of Buddhism....
Tibetan-Grace With Religion-Tibet.

Tibetan-Grace With Religion-Tibet.

Tibetan are said to be very spiritual and compassionate in nature.This statement is to some extend very true as they are very much helpful, thoughtful, kind and easy going though sometime very superstitious. Yet there are still numbers of black sheep in the flock. This community indeed is very unique and harmless. Tibetan are very...
Drigung Til Monastery-Tibet.

Drigung Til Monastery-Tibet.

  Dr Although a hermitage was first built on this site by the Kagyu yogi Minyak Gomrim in 1167,in 1179 it became the base of the Drigung suborder of the Kagyu  tradition. The monastery was founded by a monk from Kham (1143-1217),a disciple of the great Kagyu lama Pamotrupa,subsequently known as Jigten Samgon,lord protector of...
Drolma Lhakhang-Explore Tibet.

Drolma Lhakhang-Explore Tibet.

Atisha is the honorific Sanskrit name given to Dipamkara shri jnana, the Indian Buddhist master from Bengal who was instrumental in the so-called second dissemination of Buddhism in Tibet.Atisha or Jowoje (precious lord) as he is called by the Tibetans, was born to a noble family in Bengal in 982. He renounced his home and...
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