Tours in Tibet
Cultural Tour to Tibet mainly focuses on showcasing the religious factors of Tibet without compromising the demands of the visitors for a picturesque view. Due to the remote inaccessibility of Tibetan culture to the outside world, the culture and tradition here is uniquely untouched and remains to be one of the purest forms of religion there is. With the introduction of Buddhism in the seventh century, the culture of Tibet merged to form its sub-divisions, each with its own religious significance. Situated closely to Mongolia, China, Nepal and India, the Tibetan culture has evolved to a form in the past hundred years so as to be regarded a religious pilgrimage site very important to the Hindus, Buddhists, and even Jains. The art form of Tibet is mainly inscribed upon by the Buddhist religion with the influence of the Bon tradition and other local beliefs.
Not to mention, the Holy Potala Palace of Dalai Lama, one of the most sacred temple of Tibet, the Tashilumpo monastery of Panchen Lama, the town of Gyantse which is considered to possess historical importance to the Tibetan culture, the first Buddhist monastery – Samye, and Yambulakhang, the first palace of Tibet, are the main culture sites of Tibet.
A visit there definitely assures a peace of mind that one can never imagine, the calmness of the scenery, the mildness of the music, the purity of the air – a true heaven.