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Tibetan Culture

Jesse Caulkins

jesse caulkins

on 23 September 2010

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Transcript of Tibetan Culture

The Himilayan regions remotness and inaccesability have preserved the Tibetan culture Tibet's Geography Religion The Tibetan monks practice buddhism which had a very strong impact on them from their neighboring countries. Tibetan Culture Potola Palace Chinese people first started to settle Tibet in 1959, but before that there were only natives. Food and Drink The staple food is barely flour which is consumed daily.
Wheat flour, yak meat, mutton, and pork.
Main dairy products include butter, milk, and cheese.
In the higher regions, the people consume more meat because there is less vegetables available.
Beverages include Tea, barley beer, and Chang, which is a tea boiled in soda water, put into a churn with butter and salt, churned and the result is a light reddish white tea with thick buttery surface and is mildly intoxicating. D
s The dialects of central Tibet (including Lhasa), Khams, and Amdo in China are considered dialects of a single Tibetan language, while Dzongkha, Sikkimese, Sherpa, and Ladakhi are generally considered to be separate languages. Art is a large part of their culture. Traditions and culture Haha Tibetan Industries High quality Nepalese Tibetan rugs Hemp rugs Banana Fiber Rugs These are products they make in Tibet Art is sacred in Tibet.
It reflects the large influence of Buddhism Animal Husbandry Farming
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