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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...
Tibetan Women-Divine And Generous Heart.

Tibetan Women-Divine And Generous Heart.

Women hold an important position in every society and so does in Tibet. Tibetan women are very reserved,shy,timid and modest.Many western women are much more civilized ,open and would fight for what she wants and deserves in her life. But Tibetan women are little different from them.They literally sacrifice their entire life for her husband...
Tsongkhapa-Je Rinpoche.

Tsongkhapa-Je Rinpoche.

Tsongkhapa means “the Man from Onion Valley”, he was born in a nomad family in 1357 in Amdo with a Mongolian father and a Tibetan mother. Je Rinpoche was the founder of the Gelug order in the fourteenth century in Tibet with the founding of the Ganden monastery in 1409 and it became his main seat...
The Message of Tibetan Prayer Flags

The Message of Tibetan Prayer Flags

One of the most colorful objects that attract the eyes of travelers in Tibet is Lungta, the traditional Tibetan prayer flags. It is a sight so spectacular and mesmerizing. And above all, it heals and gives you the true feel of being on the roof of the world. Prayer flags are strings of colorful rectangular...
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