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Tibet New Year Festival Tour-05 Days

Tibet New Year Festival Tour-05 Days

Travel to Tibet during Tibetan New Year(also known as Losar), the most important festival for Tibetans, tourists will join locals’ family, and eat traditional food such as “Gutu”, i.e. 629 more words


Losar Celebration

Not to be confused with loser, Losar is a celebration of the Tibetan New Year. I had no idea what this was but was very fortunate to find myself at a Buddhist Monastery in Nepal for this occasion. 627 more words

A Month Among Monks

Kaza to Manali - A ride through heaven

The ride across Kaza to Manali route in early June is just magical. I might just go on adding endless list of adjectives to describe the beauty of the virgin landscape along this route. 1,447 more words


Celebrating Losar in Amdo!

I haven’t celebrated Losar in many years, and normally I just get to eat the leftover khapsey. Which I love to dip into tea and munch away! 960 more words



Happy Losar!  No—I didn’t hurl a confusing insult at you–today is the Tibetan New Year Festival “Losar.” Although it is putatively a Buddhist version of the Chinese New Year, Losar predated the arrival of Buddhism in Tibet and it is on a somewhat different place in the calendar than Chinese New Year. 145 more words

Happy #Losar (#Tibetan New Year)!

Happy #Losar (#Tibetan New Year)!

May all beings benefit and all beings have happiness, peace, safety, compassion and the sources of these.


Happy Losar

Those of us who observe and practice Tibetan Buddhism, will celebrate Losar the next three days. Losar is the variety of Asian New Year that sometimes shares the same date with Chinese New Year. 422 more words

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