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Transcript of Tibet

Where is Tibet?

Tibet OR Bod
The Black Hat Dance, with its beautiful costumes, owes its origins to the assassination of a King in central Tibet. King Lang Darma (836-843) had instituted ...
Our Father Land

Tibet lies at the center of Asia w
ith an average elevation exceeding 4,500 metres (14,800 ft), the Tibetan Plateau is sometimes called "the Roof of the World" and is the world's highest and largest plateau, with an area of 2,500,000 square kilometres (970,000 sq mi) (about five times the size of Metropolitan France).
First king of Tibet
Nyatri tsenpo
Nyatri Tsenpo was a king of Tibet.[1] He was a legendary progenitor of the so-called "Yarlung dynasty". His reign is said to have begun in 127 BC. In traditional Tibetan history, he was the first ruler of the kingdom. – he was hailed as a god by locals, and they took him as their king.[2]

According to Tibetan mythology, the first Tibetan building, Yungbulakang Palace, was erected for the king. The year of his enthronement marks the first year of the Tibetan calendar; Losar, the Tibetan New Year, is celebrated in his honor. Traditions hold that the first kings were immortal, and would be pulled up to heaven by the cord that had first deposited them on earth. This is what is said to have happened to Nyatri Tsenpo as well.
Yumbhu Lakhang
Kings of Tibet
Nyatri Tsenpo
Mutri Tsenpo (son)
Dingtri Tsenpo (son)
Sotri Tsenpo (son)
Mertri Tsenpo (son)
Daktri Tsenpo (son)
Siptri Tsenpo (son)
Drigum Tsenpo (son)
Pude Gunggyal (son)
Esho Leg (son)
Desho Leg (son)
Tisho Leg (son)
Gongru Leg (son)
Drongzher Leg (son)
Isho Leg (son)
Zanam Zindé (son)
Detrul Namzhungtsen (son)
Senöl Namdé (son)
Senöl Podé (son)
Denöl Nam (son)
Denöl Po (son)
Degyal Po (son)
Detring Tsen (son)
Tore Longtsen (son)
Tritsun Nam (son)
Tridra Pungtsen (son)
Tritog Jethogtsen (son)
Lha Thothori (son)
Trinyen Zungtsen (son)
Drongnyen Deu (son)
Tagri Nyenzig (son)
Namri Songtsen ?–618 (son)
Tibetan Empire [2][edit]
See also: List of emperors of Tibet
Songtsen Gampo 618–641 (son of Namri Songtsen)
Gungsong Gungtsen 641–646 (son)
Songtsen Gampo 646–649 (second time)
Mangsong Mangtsen 649–677 (son of Gungsong Gungtsen)
Tridu Songtsen 677–704 (son)
Lha 704–705 (son)
Thrimalö 705–712 (widow of Mangsong Mangtsen)
Me Agtsom 712–755 (son of Tri Dusong)
Trisong Detsen 756–797 (son)
Muné Tsenpo 797–799 (son)
Tride Songtsen 799–815 (brother)
Ralpachen 815–838 (son)
Langdarma 838–842 (brother)
Thonmi Sambhota
Thonmi Sambhota is traditionally regarded as the inventor of the Tibetan script and author of the Sum cu pa and Rtags kyi 'jug pa in the 7th century AD.
Songtsen Gampo

Tibetan culture is inseparably linked to Tibetan Buddhism. Over the last 1,000 years, Tibet has developed a unique, spiritual and peaceful culture with Buddhism at its heart.
Je Tsongkhapa
Khön Könchok Gyelpo
Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lamas

Gedun Drupa (1391-1474)
Shabtod (U-tsang)
Gedun Gyatso (1475 - 1542)
Tanag Segme (U-tsang)
Sonam Gyatso (1543 - 1588)
Tolung (U-tsang)
Yonten Gyatso (1589 - 1617)
Lobsang Gyatso (1617 - 1682)
Chingwar Taktse (U-tsang)
Tsangyang Gyatso (1682 - 1706)
Mon Tawang, India
Kelsang Gyatso (1708 - 1757)
Lithang (Kham)
Jamphel Gyatso (1758 - 1804)
Thobgyal (U-tsang)
Lungtok Gyatso (1805 - 1815)
Dan Chokhor (Kham)
Tsultrim Gyatso (1816 - 1837)
Lithang (Kham
Khedrup Gyatso (1838 - 1856)
Gathar (Kham)
Trinley Gyatso (1856 - 1875)
Lhoka (U-tsang)
Thupten Gyatso (1876 - 1933)
Dagpo Langdun (U-tsang)
Tenzin Gyatso (1935 - )
Taktser, Kumbum (Amdo)
the 3rd Dalai Lama and a Mongol tribal leader named Altan Khan had forged an alliance. In fact, it was Altan Khan who coined the title "Dalai Lama," meaning "ocean of wisdom."
The title dalai Lama
His Holiness Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso, the 5th Dalai Lama, was the first Dalai Lama to become spiritual and political leader of Tibet. He formed the tibetad government as Gandhen Photang.
13th Dalai lama
Thupten Gyaltso
The Tibetan flag, also known as the "snow lion flag"[1] and the 'Free Tibet flag', was a flag of the military of Tibet, introduced by the 13th Dalai Lama in 1912 and used for the same capacity until 1959. Designed with the help of a Japanese priest, it reflects the design motif of the Japanese military's Rising Sun Flag
Tibetan National Anthem
The current Tibetan National Anthem, known as Gyallu, was written by Trijang Rinpoche in 1950.
Si Zhi Phen De Dö Gu Jungwae Ter
Thubten Samphel Norbue Onang Bar.
Tendroe Nordzin Gyache Kyongwae Gön,
Trinley Kyi Rol Tsö Gye,

Dorje Khamsu Ten Pey,
Chogkün Jham Tse Kyong,
Namkö Gawa Gyaden,
ü-Phang Gung la Regh

Phutsong Dezhii Nga-Thang Gye
Bhod Jong Chul Kha,
Sum Gyi Khyön La
Dekyi Dzogden Sarpe Khyap.

Chösi Kyi Pel Yon Dhar
Thubten Chog Chur Gyepe
Dzamling Yangpae Kyegu
Zhidae Pel La Jör.

Bhöd Jong Tendrö Getzen Nyi-ö-Kyi
Trashi O-Nang Bumdutrowae Zi,
Nag Chog Munpae Yul Ley,
Gyal Gyur Chig.
The source of temporal and spiritual wealth of joy and boundless benefits
The Wish-fulfilling Jewel of the Buddha's Teaching, blazes forth radiant light
The all-protecting Patron of the Doctrine and of all sentient beings
By his actions stretches forth his influence like an ocean
By his eternal Vajra-nature
His compassion and loving care extend to beings everywhere
May the celestially appointed Government of Gawa Gyaden achieve the heights of glory
And increase its fourfold influence and prosperity
May a golden age of joy and happiness spread once more through these regions of Tibet
And may its temporal and spiritual splendour shine again
May the Buddha's Teaching spread in all the ten directions and lead all beings in the universe to glorious peace
May the spiritual Sun of the Tibetan faith and People
Emitting countless rays of auspicious light
Victoriously dispel the strife of darkness
Lakes And Mountains
Butter Tea
Tibetan Festival and holidays
Losar (Feb)
Saka Dawa (May)
Zamling chisang (July)
Birthday oF 14th Dalai lama(July 6)
Choekhor Duechen (July 12)
Shoton (yogurt festival) (Aug)
Lha -Bab Duechen (Dec)
Ganden Ngachu
Gautam Buddha
Founder of Buddhism

Mt Kailash
Opera mask
Tibetan Dress
Tibetan struggle in cultural revolution
China Invading Tibet
Life In exile (1959)
First Tibetan center school, November 1960 March 3rd at Mussoori.
Tibetan Government in Exile
The Poet

The 6th Dalai Lama's chief legacy are his poems, said to be among the loveliest in Tibetan literature. Many are about love, longing, and heartbreak. Some are erotic. And some reveal a bit of his feelings about his position and his life, such as this one:
Tibetan Government in Exile
Tibetan Instrument
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