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Description: Shangrila old town burns China DailyDukezong has one of the world's largest Tibetan prayer wheels, which was saved mainly because it is made of metal. According to Kelden, a tourism advocate, Dukezong town is the largest and bestpreserved Tibetan community among China's Tibetan counties.

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    Tourists and local residents push a giant prayer wheel at the ancient town of Dukezong in Shangri la County, Deqen Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Oct. 12, 2015. The prayer wheel, with a height of 21 meters and weight of 60

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    Dukezong has one of the world's largest Tibetan prayer wheels, which was saved mainly because it is made of metal. According to Kelden, a tourism advocate, Dukezong town is the largest and best preserved Tibetan community among China's Tibetan counties.

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    Entering the Shangri La thangka painting gallery, you can see a prayer wheel and some Mani stones, both reminders of the Tibetan culture. The gallery lies near the entrance of Dukezong, a centuries old Tibetan neighborhood in the center of Shangri La. Among the thangkas hanging on the wall, a painting called Manjushri is eye catching.

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    A pilgrim rolls the prayer wheels at the Potala Palace, the museum of Tibetan Buddhism and a World Heritage Site in Lhasa, the capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region on July 15, 2017. [PhotoChina Plus/Huang Yue] A pilgrim rolls the prayer wheels at the Potala

  • CHINA TODAY

    I first met Dorje Tseten on his daily circumambulation, the ritual of circling a Tibetan Buddhist holy site and praying, along Lingkhor, the sacred path in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region. While he no longer has the agility of his youth, the 84 year old insists on performing his prayer wheel ritual every day.

  • Potala Palace, Holy Shrine of Tibetan People

    A middle aged Tibetan woman named Cering entered the red and white Potala Palace carrying a prayer wheel, butter and highland barley wine. "The grand Potala Palace is matchless in the world. It is not only beautiful but also has the mighty Buddha," said the 43 year old woman.

  • Winter pilgrimage on the way in Lhasa Chinadaily.cn

    A Buddhist disciple walks around prayer wheels on Barkhor Street in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region on January 13, 2016. A pilgrim walks with a prayer wheel along Barkhor Street in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region on January 13, 2016.

  • CCTV English Channel travelogue

    The wheel is usually flanked by two deer, the first to listen to Sakyamuni's teachings. The male deer symbolizes the realization of great bliss while the female deer symbolizes the realization of emptiness. Lamas are the teachers of Buddhism. Lama plays an important role in Tibetan Buddhism.

  • A change of scenery Snapshots |chinadaily.cn

    The couple have all the hallmarks of down to earth Tibetans when wearing Tibetan costumes against the backdrops of a river valley, prayer wheel, watchtower and yak herds. The rustic feel disappears when the couple change into chic clothes and put on sunglasses before modern buildings and

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    Entering the Tibet autonomous region, Buddha images and Tibetan scriptures, such as Om mani padme hum, the mantra of the bodhisattva of compassion, can be seen and heard everywhere, carved on stone, murmured by pilgrims and written on prayer flags and wheels.

  • ThangkaA 400 year Tibetan art loved by Kelsang Dawa

    Entering the Shangri La thangka painting gallery, you can see a prayer wheel and some Mani stones, both reminders of the Tibetan culture. The gallery lies near the entrance of Dukezong, a centuries old Tibetan neighborhood in the center of Shangri La. Among the thangkas hanging on the wall, a painting called Manjushri is eye catching.

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    Workers set up a grand stage for a celebration Thursday at the foot of the Potala Palace and arranged a sound system to play traditional Tibetan music. In Lhasa, devout Buddhists, with prayer wheels in their hands, walked in slow steps, while students and white collar

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    The New Palace of Panchen Lama in Tibet's Xigaze is ready for the Kalachakra teachings, scheduled to begin on July 21, the first to be delivered by the 11th Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu. A throne of several meters high and covered in yellow silk was placed on a new 200 square meter

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    Buddhism followers of the Tibetan ethnic group spin their prayer wheels to spread spiritual blessings to all sentient beings and invoke good karma in their next life when walking on a street in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, in November 2007.(Xinhua/Soinam Norbu)

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    Stunning images of devout Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims in winter (chinadaily.cn) Updated Passage of the Heart, capture pious Tibetan pilgrims on their journey to the holy mountain in December. Tibetan pilgrims kowtow on their journey to the holy mountain. [Photo by Hu Guoqing/photoint.net] A believer walks with a prayer wheel in her

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    Oct 24, 2013 · The Tibetan holy month of Saga Dawa, which has been going on for over two weeks, is in full swing. Friday marked the fifteenth day of the fourth month in the Tibetan calendar. According to Tibetan scriptures, Sakyamuni Buddha was born on this day. Saga Dawa is a month long celebration of Sakyamuni's birth, enlightenment and death.

  • CCTV CNTV English CCTV News

    The Yellow River is the spiritual home of the Chinese people. Its source is protected by typical Tibetan Yak horns. Near the path are some of the prayer wheels that line the mountains. The multi coloured flags have Buddhist blessings written on them, designed to spread well being to the surrounding areas.

  • Potala Palace, Holy Shrine of Tibetan People

    The Potala Palace absorbs the construction art from people of Tibetan, Han and Manchu ethnicities as well as the essence of construction from India and Nepal. The whole building structure is composed of palaces, castles and living quarters, distributed in different layers.

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