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The Great 33rd King Of Tibet-Songtsen Gampo.

The Great 33rd King Of Tibet-Songtsen Gampo.

Songtsen Gampo was enthroned at the age of thirteen. Songtsen Gampo was born in 617 C.E at Galma in Meldro in the northeast of modern Lhasa. He was the founder of Tibetan Empire and the first ever King who introduced Buddhism in Tibet. He is the one of the greatest king in Tibet and the...
Densa Chenmo Sum-Explore Tibet.

Densa Chenmo Sum-Explore Tibet.

Tibet is a land of religion and you will encounter countless numbers of big and small monasteries every where in Tibet with very ancient historical background. one of the most popular monasteries are called Densa Chenmo Sum which included Drepung,Sera and Ganden and known as Gelukpa monasteries. In the early times there were around 10,000...
Winter Pilgrimage Tour In Tibet-Explore Tibet.

Winter Pilgrimage Tour In Tibet-Explore Tibet.

The winter pilgrimage. Every year from Nov the population Tibetans in Lhasa arose due to pilgrimages coming all the corners of Tibetan areas. The winter is another unique season to enjoy and experience the local side of Tibetans. As in Lhasa, there will be Tibetans various provinces with different costumes, language and outlooks. Again now there...
The First Historical Tibetan Medicine School in Tibet

The First Historical Tibetan Medicine School in Tibet

The first Tibetan medicine school was also the first school in Tibet. In 755, Trisong Desten was crowned 38th king of Tibet. Besides Buddhist doctrine, he attached great importance to the preservation and development of the various sciences. Due to his concern, the ancient texts on Tibetan culture were adapted to a Buddhist format by...
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