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Sects of tibetan buddhism


Tibetan Buddhism has a wide distribution in China, with many internal religious schools, many monasteries, many monks and nuns, and a relatively large social impact. It not only has a huge impact on the political, economic, cultural and other fields of Tibetan areas, but also has a great impact on the surrounding ethnic areas. It has also had a certain impact. At present, the following five major sects are mainly popular in Tibetan areas: the Nyingma sect (Red sect) is mainly developed in a decentralized manner. The believers are generally monks at home, settling down, getting married and having children, and not all of them are concentrated in monasteries. Red monks have curly hair and braids, symbolizing countless angry gods. Around the fluffy hair, a symbol of countless empty mother. Red monks wear bracelets, rings, earrings, horns

Shangri-La Songzanlin Temple Buddha Sun Festival


Every year on January 15th of the Tibetan calendar, Shangri-La Songzanlin Temple (also translated as "Kadan Songzanlin Temple") will hold an annual grand ceremony to welcome the Qiangba Buddha out of the temple to satisfy the worship of the majority of monks and laymen. The two-meter-high red-copper gilded Qiangba Buddha statue was greeted by more than a thousand lamas and escorted by a guard of honor on the dam behind the monastery and accepted the worship of nearly 20,000 monks and laymen. Jumba Buddha, Maitreya Buddha, is the future Buddha of Tibetan Buddhism "III" Buddha. Kadan Songzanlin Temple, also known as Guihua Temple, is located at the foot of Fuping Mountain in Shangri-La (Zhongdian) County, Yunnan. It is the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in Yunnan.

Shangri-La Songzanlin Temple Gedong Festival


The Gedong Festival is a grand ceremony for Tibetan Buddhist gods and dharma protectors to appear on earth. On the 26th and 29th of the Tibetan winter month, local Tibetans came to Songzanlin Temple to watch the lamas dance with masks to celebrate the good harvest and pray for peace and prosperity in the coming year. Xiangba said that these lamas who jumped into the gods had read many scriptures before, and when they jumped into the gods, they all carried Buddha's light on their bodies, and their words were full of devout reverence.

Butter Flower


Butter flower is one of the three artistic wonders of Ta'er Monastery, the holy land of Tibetan Buddhism in China. As an oil-plastic art, butter flower is a variety of Buddha statues, figures, landscapes, birds and animals, trees and flowers, pavilions and pavilions carefully shaped by art monks in the cold winter season. Its works are lifelike, colorful and exquisite. During the Lantern Festival, the Ta'er Temple will exhibit the butter flower works collectively made by the flower monks, attracting many domestic and foreign tourists to visit. The butter flower, known as one of the three wonders of the Ta'er Temple art, attracts many domestic and foreign visitors every year with its exquisite craftsmanship. This year, the butter flower made by the artists of the upper and lower houses

Shelton Festival


"Shelton Festival" is one of the traditional festivals with a long history in Tibet. Shelton is a Tibetan translator, meaning "yogurt feast", so Shelton Festival was interpreted as a festival for drinking yogurt. Later, it gradually evolved into the performance of Tibetan opera, also known as the "Tibetan Opera Festival". The traditional Snowdon Festival takes the exhibition of Buddha as the prelude, so it is also called the "Buddha Festival". At the same time, there are wonderful yak racing and equestrian performances. Origin of the festival: According to the regulations of the Gelug Sect (Yellow Sect) of Tibetan Buddhism, the ban period is from June 15 to July 30 of the Tibetan calendar every year. Lamas of temples and temples are not allowed to go out to avoid trampling on insects. They can only go down the mountain after the ban is lifted on July 30. When the lama went down the mountain, the farmers and herdsmen took out
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