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  • Sonam tsering (indigenous guide)

    I was born and grew up in Lhasa. For last six years experiences of been a tour guide, I came to realised that education counts, especially being a Tibetan……

  • Nyima (local tour guide)

    Nyima was born in a nomadic family in eastern part of Tibet. Nyima has been a tour guide for more than 8 years and he had travelled every corner in……

  • Sonam(local tour guide)

    HSonam was born in a small village in Lunchup County which is near by Lhasa. He studied 5 years in Tong Khar Language School in Lhasa, and got average 70 percent……

  • Pasang (local tour guide)

    Pasang was born in Lhasa, and she is reliable, highly motivated person with a light-hearted manner. She studied English in a language school in mainland for four years and got English guide license several years ago……

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    Mount Kailash

      Kailash, the main peak of the Gangdese Mountain, is 6714 meters above sea level. In Tibetan language, it means “Saint of the Snow”, but it is called “Kailash” in Indian language. Buddhists, Bonists and Hindus regard it as the “center of the world”. Heading north from India and crossing nine mountains, one can find “Big Snow Mountain”, underneath which is “Source of Four Rivers”. Snow Mountain is called “Dese” in Sanskrit. In history, “Big Snow Mountain” referred by Buddhist texts was regarded as the holy mountain-Gang Rinboche, and “Source of Four Rivers” referred to the holy lake- Manasarovar. Buddhists compare it to the center of the universe -- Mount Meru, and believe that it is the ashram of Sakyamuni. And in Hinduism, it is the incarnation and hall of Shiva. In Tibet, Buddhists believe that worshipping and circling the holy mountain one time can wash away all sins in life; worshipping ten times can avoid suffering in hell in a life cycle of 500 years; the one who worships for a hundred times will become a Buddha and go up to heaven. In the year of horse when Gods and Buddhas get together, circle the mountain one round is equal to thirteen rounds in ordinary years. Therefore, in every horse year, thousands of believers, men and women, the old and the young, gather around to sincerely pray to Buddha in order to accumulate blessings and contributions.

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