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Hot Springs in Tibet - Explore Tibet

Hot Springs in Tibet – Explore Tibet

Tibet is sprinkled with 1,000 of hot springs, a blessing for the treacherous cold roof of the world. Tibetan people believe that hot springs are holy sites that can cure different diseases. You can find them all over Tibet ranging from boiling springs to geysers, so, we are recommending a few major hot spring attractions in...
Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism is a process of traveling of people from their own usual environment to other places for business purpose,Leisure or enjoyment. Less than one year in terms of duration. Tourism is a dynamic and challenging industry where it needs to adopt with consistently changing needs and wishes of tourists.Tourism is a very challenging field where...
Tibetan Losar-Tibet.

Tibetan Losar-Tibet.

Tibetan New Year called Losar falls on the 25th day of the 10th month of the Tibetan calendar (late January or early February). Losar celebrations take place over a week. At this time, larders are stocked with grain and meat. It lasts year ahead even when no work is possible at the time of winters. Losar is one...
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...
What is High Altitude Sickness? - By Explore Tibet

What is High Altitude Sickness? – By Explore Tibet

Almost everyone who travels to central or western Tibet will suffer from the effects of altitude sickness. Although Lhasa is one of the lowest places in central Tibet, It is still 3,600 M( 13,000 ft) above sea level. How greatly one is affected by altitude varies from person to person and depends in part on...
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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