Tibet


Religion and death in the Tibet

On Tuesday, the 22nd September, 2009
Religion and death in the Tibet

A revision to the ritual Tibetan Buddhists Chogten The religion in the Tibet is so important that an ancient traveler said that “the Tibet is a gigantic monastery inhabited by a monks' nation”. In the middle of the XXth century one of the four men was living in a monastery, situation that was not stopping creating economic problems...
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Conflict in Tibet for a gold-mine

On Thursday, the 28th May, 2009
Conflict in Tibet for a gold-mine

The Tibetan ones consider to be sacred the place where a Chinese company wants to open the mine Tibetan Stupa. Photo: Hundred Axis of logic of villagers of the Tibet is facing the Chinese armed forces due to a project to open a gold-mine in a mountain that the Tibetan ones consider to be sacred. The Tibetan ones historically have celebrated in...
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The most remote place of the world

On Monday, the 20th April, 2009
The most remote place of the world

Route Flashes is in the Tibet I see this beautiful map that there has prepared New Scientist where there are indicated the most inaccessible places of the world (in darker color). The most remote point, the place to which more time would be taken in coming, is in the plateau of the Tibet (as it was of supposing) and reaching it it would need...
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Knowledge lamp

On Saturday, the 28th March, 2009

Documentary on Alexandra David-Neel In the channel of YouTube of the UNED I have met a documentary on my admired Alexandra David-Neel, the woman first in entering the prohibited city of Lhasa and whom the monks Buddhists were calling ‘a lamp of knowledge’. In his book Mystics and magicians of the Tibet Alexandra he narrates of...
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Chronicle from Lhasa, Tibet

On Wednesday, the 30th July, 2008

The ambience is of calmness, but there is a strong police control Juan Pablo Cardenal, the correspondent of EcoDiario.es / elEconomista.es has obtained the first authorization to a foreign journalist to travel freely to Lhasa, from the March disturbances and counts it in his newspaper: "To be here is one certainly unheard-of. When China opened again...
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A sail for the Tibet

On Tuesday, the 22nd July, 2008
A sail for the Tibet

More info: A sail for the Tibet
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The tangka of the railroad

On Thursday, the 19th June, 2008
The tangka of the railroad

The modernity and the laicism come to the Tibetan art As the Wikipedia, a tangka is a carpet or flag Buddhist, painting or embroidery, which is hung on monasteries or familiar altars and is taken by monks in religious processions. Long ago we speak here about the big Drepung tangka. Also we saw someone on having spoken of...
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