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Village Waltz-Nissi Love Dance (I)


In the Diqing Tibetan area of Yunnan, Nixi Township in Shangri-La County is a hometown of singing and dancing, and the famous Nixi dance originated from this area. The Nixi Love Dance is mainly represented by Tangman Village Love Dance. Each village in Nixi Township has its own unique love dance. The lyrics are roughly the same, but the tone is different. Most of Tangman's tone is longer, which requires a deeper confidence and a higher voice. However, this does not seem to be a problem. People describe the people here as "talking can sing, walking can dance." From the elderly in their 70 s and 80 s to the teenagers, they are all country dancers who love dancing.

Tibetan Rap Art


In ancient times when the Tibetan people did not have their own writing, they began to use oral rap to artistically reflect their lives, express their thoughts and feelings, impart production and life experience, and express aesthetic concepts and artistic tastes. In Tibetan areas, there are mainly the following varieties of national rap art: ① Lingzhong, that is, Gesar rap; ② Zhong He Zhonglu, that is, rap story; ③ Gullu is the song of Tao; ④ Duiba Harmony, that is, praise and praise; ⑤ 100; ⑥ Lama Mani; ⑦ Folding; ⑧ Tie Nian plays and sings; ⑨ Xia; ⑩ Tibetan Xiangsheng; There are smaller ones like arma, wait. 1. In many epics of Chinese ethnic minorities, Ling Zhong produced about

Tibetan Ba Ye


Xianzi, also known as "xianzi", "ye", "ba ye", is a kind of huqin unique to tibetan, generally played by men. Xianzi dance, also known as "Xianzi", is a comprehensive Tibetan song and dance art that integrates song, dance and music with the accompaniment of the instrument Xianzi. Xianzi dance is distributed in eastern Tibet and Tibetan-inhabited areas such as Yunnan, Sichuan and Qinghai. It is an indispensable self-entertaining song and dance in the lives of Tibetan people. There is no fixed place for string dance, but it can become a dance floor in a flat place, such as courtyard dam, roof and room. All lovers, men, women and children can set foot in the dance floor. At festivals, events or major gatherings, people

The Origin of Tibetan Opera


Tibetan opera, called "Ajram" in Tibetan, is a popular type of opera in Tibetan areas and unique in the motherland's Baihua Art Garden. Origin As for the origin of Tibetan opera, some people are actually associated with the "God of Jumping" initiated by Lotus in Sangye Temple in the eighth century. In fact, the two are not related. In the eighth century, during the reign of Chisong Dezan, after the completion of Sangye Temple, the eminent monk Lianhuasheng invited from Tianzhu, according to Buddha Sakyamuni's doctrine of the four Buddhist tantrums (ministry, ministry, yoga department, supreme yoga department), the yoga department and the king kong dance section in the supreme yoga department, organized the dance of gods, exorciled ghosts and rewarded gods, and opened light to the temple. Lotus

The Origin and Significance of Tibetan Guozhuang Dance


Guozhuang Dance, also known as "Guozhuo", "Gezhuang", "Zhuo", etc., which means circle singing and dancing in Tibetan, is one of the three major Tibetan folk dances. It is distributed in Qamdo and Nagqu in Tibet, Aba and Ganzi in Sichuan, Diqing in Yunnan and Tibetan settlements in Qinghai and Gansu. "Zhuo has as many tones as there are stars in the sky; Zhuo has as many words as there are trees on the mountain. As much hair as there is on the yak, there will be as much dancing ". This is the praise of the rich Guozhuang dance. Guozhuang dance is actually a kind of happy dance, so whenever happy in the festive season, people regardless of young and old to dance. Such as moving to a new house, getting married and having a wedding, Spring Festival, Duanyang Festival, old men and women

Introduction to Thangka Classification-Bodhisattva


1. Eleven sides, thousands of hands, thousands of eyes, Guanyin (Sahasrabhuja-Avalokiteshvara) Buddha and Bodhisattva cherish all living beings and give joy as "kindness" (and joy); compassion for all living beings and pulling out suffering is called "sorrow" (pulling out suffering). Eleven thousands of hands and thousands of eyes Guanyin Bodhisattva's fundamental head is kind and white as jade, showing great achievements. The first of the positive has three eyes. Among them, three songs are Zengguang, smiling forever, showing the great cause of prosperity. On top of the three songs are Weifu, with ferocious faces and majesty, showing the great cause of shaking the world. On top of Weifu are the three great achievements of wrath and wrath and wrath.

The World's Longest Epic Story of King Gesar


The Biography of King Gesar is a heroic epic created by the Tibetan people in China. It was originally an oral literature circulated among the Tibetan people for more than a thousand years and has now been compiled into a book. There are more than 120 books, more than 100 million lines and more than 2000 million words in the book. It is the longest epic in the world. Some people in the world call it "the Homer epic of the East". The Birth of the 1. Epic and Its Significance This immortal epic roughly produced the historical period when the ancient Tibetan clan society began to disintegrate and the slave state regime gradually formed, that is, between the 3rd and 6th centuries A. D.; it was further enriched after the establishment of the Tubo Dynasty (early 7th to 9th centuries A. D.);

Mysterious Mani Stone


"Mani" comes from the short name of the Sanskrit Buddhist sutra "six-character mantra" Om mani beep moo ", which is called" mani stone "because it is engraved with" mani "on the stone;" mani pile "refers to the stone slab or stone piled up with Tibetan scriptures," six-character mantra "or engraved with animal patterns, god images, Langjiu Wang Dan patterns, etc. There are also piles of small stones without any engraved patterns. Tibetan areas of stone "Mani heap" can be seen everywhere, countless. Tibetans have special feelings for Buddhist culture, and men, women and children all take doing Buddhist work as a noble thing. In the vast grasslands, remote ravines, people
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