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8 Days EBC Exploration - Tibet Tour Itinerary

8 Days EBC Exploration – Tibet Tour Itinerary

This Tibet tour is the most popular adventure tours of all as its visitors cross the Himalayas and get to view the panorama of the world’s highest peaks. The journey starts in Lhasa with two additional day of escorted tour around the city and a little help to acclimatise with the altitude, then moving on to Shigatse...
The Lower Tantric College-Gyume.

The Lower Tantric College-Gyume.

Gyume which is called The lower Tantric college was founded by Je Sherap Sangay in 1433. He was a disciple of Tsongkhapa who vowed to his teacher that he would take responsibility  for preserving  his tantric teachings. The college was first known as Se Gyu-Pa and was not located in Lhasa but  on a mountain...
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...
Lets Establish A Harmony World By Respecting What Other Beliefs-Explore Tibet.

Lets Establish A Harmony World By Respecting What Other Beliefs-Explore Tibet.

Tibet is known as land of Shambala and mysterious, simply because of its rich and breathing culture, mystical monasteries and spiritual environment that inherited from centuries and centuries. Lhasa, as the capital city of Tibet, has many famous sights like: Potala palace, Bakhor street, Johkang Temple, Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery. The following Lhasa tours...
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...
Listen To The Nature & Its Mesmerizing-Explore Tibet.

Listen To The Nature & Its Mesmerizing-Explore Tibet.

As i listen, i could hear the chirping sounds of birds in the open air, the wild wind is blowing in a gentle motion and it make me feel as i am listening to the conversation of the nature in their own language. No honing sounds of noisy cars and people,just nature. The way they...
Pal Lhamo's Festival-Tibetan Women's Day.

Pal Lhamo’s Festival-Tibetan Women’s Day.

Tibet is popularly renowned for her religious and spiritual commitment since A.D. She is blessed with religion environment and People of the Tibet are very spiritual and religious ethic group. Palden Lhamo is an Indian deity and brought to Tibet by the great King Songtsen Gampo in 647 A.D when the Buddhism is spread over the snowy...
Kumbum Monastery-Tibet.

Kumbum Monastery-Tibet.

Kumbum in Tibetan means “Hundred Thousand Images of the Buddha”. It is one of the six greatest monasteries of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism and the birth place of Tsongkapa, the founder of the Gelugpa sect and Ganden monastery near Lhasa. Under request of the third Dalai Lama to build the monastery at the...
Tibetan Dishes-Explore Tibet.

Tibetan Dishes-Explore Tibet.

Tibet is not noted for its cuisine. The food tends to be coarse,heavy and rather bland. Rice, wheat and vegetables have become more common as the economic standard lifted but outside Lhasa these are often hard to find. The standard Tibetan dish in restaurants is Thukpa, a noodle and meat soup with a sprinkling of...
Butter tea — the Favorite Tibetan Beverage  You Try When You Travel Tibet

Butter tea — the Favorite Tibetan Beverage You Try When You Travel Tibet

Butter tea is the most popular traditional hot beverage on the Tibetan plateau. Known as Bod Cha (Tibetan tea) or Cha Supma(Churned tea), it is a crucial part of Tibetans’ daily life, be it as a part of the meals as well as for casual drink. The intimate relation between Tibetans and the butter tea...
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