If there is anything that Tibetan love more than Buddhism, that has to be dancing. Throughout Tibet, hundreds of different dance forms can be found and a lot of them are old and preserved very well.
Gang Rinpoche means treasure in the snow in Tibetan, and the mountain is also known as Kailash or Kailas. Gang Rinpoche is 6,638 meters or 21,778 feet high and is the second tallest and the main peak of the Gangdise range in the Ngari area. Continue reading “Gang Rinpoche”
By the Lancang river at the southeastern Tibet, there are one of the oldest and most primal salt pans in the world- the Markam salt pans. The salt pans of Markam use to be the one of the most important sources of table salt to provide the Tibetan area, and it is a remarkable site of tradings on the tea-horse road. Continue reading “The Markam Salt Pans”