The village of Barra, surrounded by mountains, shines on the top of the plateau, spreading the rich flavor of Tibetan dwellings. "Bala" Tibetan means: from Batang migration to the Tibetan village.
This is where the gods live, the real Shambhala. For thousands of years, the hardworking and simple people of Bala Village fled from the distant war and pursued peace and tranquility, and finally settled in this pure land of God and multiplied into clans.
Balagzon is a paradise in the hearts of Tibetan people for generations, an eternal heritage.
Tibetan-style wooden buildings are stacked on top of the mountain and water, and the colorful prayer flags at the head of the village are swaying in the snow with the wind. Farmland and grassland alternate with the colors of the four seasons. Spring is full, summer is prosperous, autumn is rich, and winter is dusty. Everything is natural vitality.
For more than 1300 years, the people of Bala Village have lived a life of men and women, working at sunrise, resting at sunset, and self-sufficient. The people of Bala Village are blessed by the sacred mountain and are infinitely devout to the sacred mountain.
There may be a lack of material, but there is never a lack of faith!
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