Top 12 Interesting things about the mysterious Tibetan land

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Located next to the towering Mount Everest, Tibet is always known as the sacred land - "the roof of the world" with so many mysteries, is an attractive destination for those who love traveling, experiencing and discover. Tibet is an autonomous region of China with rugged terrain and severe weather, but when you reach this mysterious land, you will certainly be rewarded by the beautiful scenery, exploring the features. Unique culture and mysteries from this mysterious Buddhist land. Topshare you learn about the interesting things about this mysterious Tibetan land.

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Winter temperatures in Tibet

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Through promotional images of tourism, you visualize Tibet as a snowy mountainous area that is covered all year round, so it is by default that winters are cold to extremes. In fact, due to the dilution of air, the sun and the time of morning illumination in Tibet are no different elsewhere. And winters are no exception. However, tourists come here to note, also because the air is diluted, the temperature of day and night spreads very high. Therefore, do not see usually winter in Tibet.

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You suppose Tibet is an unsafe destination

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

In the minds of many, Tibetans are not safe. However, this place is really unsafe for those who are involved in adventure tourism because the land is a dangerous land. But in a different aspect that few realities know that, this is a very high safety land. Even nightfall, no need to shut down, out of the way nobody has picked up. Simply because here, all of the people are Buddhist believers so friendly and gentle.

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The land where tea cannot be grown

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Avocado tea is a Tibetan drink

Tea drinking culture is the most easy thing to see when it comes to the country of Tibet. With the people here, butter tea is dubbed as the living drink. Not only helps to warm, retain heat, but also replenish nutrients for the body. You may be invited by a local citizen to take a cup of butter tea to sip, if you refuse to be polite. Butter tea dishes are found everywhere, and you can drink as many lobes as you like.

However, Tibetans cannot be planted because of severe weather. The teas are all imported through "Tea Horse Road" – The path of the merchants who bring tea to Tibet in exchange for good horses.

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Infants are soaked under glaciers

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

With an average elevation above 4500 m above sea level, the Tibetan climate is cold and extremely dilute. The harsh conditions that caused resistance to survival struggle were more advanced than ever before. According to the rules, in the birthday of the 1st age of the child, the most right woman in the village will bring the child to the melting water from the cold ice break within 1 minute only for each head. Then the baby is worn wearing normal clothes, wrapped in towel.

If the child is still alive and perfectly normal, it means that they have overcome the fierce recruitment ring of life. If the baby is a purple interrupt and gradually, the family determines to prepare a post-issue by the Tibetan child.

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The story of the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

In the minds of the Tibetans, the Dalai Lama is the supreme authority, headed by the Buddhist Church of this land. According to Tibetans, Rebirth is the chemical body of the Bodhisattva in human form to help the people save sentient beings.

Since Professor Gendun Drupa (1391-1475), the Dalai Lama succeeded to be discovered from an childhood under the art of "rebirth". The Lama after the chair all left some relics and a shelf for the disciples to search for the "regeneration-body". In addition, higher levels of increase are said to receive the dream as well as many other signs to complement.

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Touching of the head

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

In Tibetan communication, touching a taboo act, unless you are a lama, a living Buddha, a relative or close friend, is absolutely forbidden for children. Because Tibetans believe that, touching the head is a movement of the gods.

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Red skin

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Ultraviolet rays in Tibet are very strong, people or working outdoors are darker than usual red skin. In addition to the fact that many Tibetans live on the plateau, hypoxia is the cause of their body, where there is a thin hematoma that occurs locally dilation, which is the main cause of the skin of some parts of the body such as the cheek, lips, the cornea is more reddish in color than normal.

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marriage

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Perhaps, Tibetans are the only land in the world that exists in the multi-mode, the girls take 2 to 5 husbands and they are all siblings in a family. The source of this proceeding is that the brother of the same wife will help the family more peaceful, conflict and disperse land and property.

Due to its harsh living conditions, the limited farming land should this procedure help the Tibetan people maintain life and ensure social order. Today, due to improved life, the government actively propagated, so this procedure has been gradually excluded, but only exists in some areas separated from modern society.

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Sky Burial of Tibet (Celestial funeral)

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

This is the most famous form of "gruesome" burial in the world. Instead of burying the dead in the ground, the Tibetans take their bodies to the mountains to prey on starving vultures. Tibetans believe that after death, the form that people bear is only a corpse and the vulture is the mascot here. Performing the funeral ritual is considered as the Buddha Tathagata Buddha's body to raise tigers to avoid harming other living beings in the world.

This form of burial was born partly from the natural conditions in Tibet. This is a cold high mountainous region so the burial form under the icy hard rock layer is not feasible. Cremation was even more difficult because wood and fuel were scarce.

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Vùng đất nhiều lễ hội

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

According to the lunar calendar, Tibet hosts more than 100 festivals each year, demonstrating regional cultural and religious identities. Each festival has a series of activities such as games, celebrations, fairs ... As the cultural and religious center of Tibet, Lhasa city has many festivals that attract tourists such as New Year. Tibetan and Shoton festivals.

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Most monasteries are built on mountains

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

Tibet has many temples and monasteries, most of them built on mountains. People believe that the mountain is the abode of gods, the sacred place to worship. Because Tibetans believe that mountain temples are seen closer to heaven, and easier to protect. Among them is the Potala, the famous Buddhist palace. Looking back, visitors can easily spot the striking palace on the top of the mountain.

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impressive nature

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by Bích Phượng 04-05-2020

To Tibet you will be able to admire the majestic natural scenery with the vast steppe filled with sandy winds and rugged mountains. The Sacred Lake Namtso appears as large as the sea, turquoise waters, and prints shadows of the Nyenchen Tanglha mountains up to 7,000 m, as a "sea of clouds" between Penglai. A crescent-shaped curved water lake with three sides bordering the mountains, illuminated by the sun, glittering in brilliant dawn.

About the sacred Tibetan land, don't forget to admire the mystical Karola glacier. With soft curves, ice cubes survive millions of years gently the sophisticated white highlights stretch from the top of the mountain to the valley. Just a few rays of sunlight, the glacier sparkling with crystal, leaves you to forget the chilling cold to take in the full sight of the majestic nature.

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