Lhasa, the capital city of China's Tibetan Autonomous Region, 3,650 meters above sea level, has more hours of sunlight per year than any other city, thus earning it the name "City of Sunlight". Both inside the city and on the outskirts of town there are many noble palaces and temples such as the Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery and Jokhang Temple. These historic sites are well worth going to. Wherever you look, you will see devout believers and pilgrims paying their respects. Chakpori Hill is a good place for beautiful photos of Potala Palace in the light of the early morning. At the beautiful tree-lined Zongjiao Lukang Park, you can see Potala Palace reflected in the water. On bustling Barkhor Street, you can purchase colorful, unique Tibetan souvenirs. There are many precious artifacts on display at the Tibet Museum. If you want to experience a quieter and more tranquil environment, you can go to Xianzu Island in the southern part of the city.
曹 操The Jokhang Temple combines the architectural styles of Tibet, Tang, Nepal, and India, and has become a classical model of Tibetan religious architecture. In front of the temple, incense lingers all day long, and the devotees piously bowed down on the bluestone floor in front of the door, leaving deep marks of the length of their heads. Ten thousand butter lamps are always bright, leaving traces of time and pilgrims. What is the reason for this? There are only 3 statues of Buddha Sakyamuni in this world, 8-year-old Sakyamuni, 12-year-old Sakyamuni, and 25-year-old Sakyamuni. The world believes that seeing this image is the incarnation of the Lord Buddha, and seeing this image means that you have seen the true body of the Buddha. The 25-year-old statue of the Lord Buddha was far away in India, and the 8-year-old statue was also destroyed in the war with the Jokhang Temple. Only the 12-year-old statue brought by Princess Wencheng remains in the Jokhang Temple. That's why believers in China will come to the Jokhang Temple not far away to worship!
M26***151. Sooner or later is the perfect time to shoot Namtso Lake scenery. Namtso's light and shadow are often in flux, and bright light and shadow effects may appear at any time. It is strongly recommended to stay overnight in Namtso if you like photography.
2. There are many practicing monks and nuns around Nam Co. Friends who like humanistic photography may wish to communicate with them.
3. Namtso is not closed in winter, visitors have the opportunity to photograph the most beautiful Namtso in winter.
4. The observation deck was newly built on the Tashi Peninsula, but it is very windy and it is difficult to climb up. If you have good physical strength, you can climb up the steps to take pictures of the distant view.
杨耀棵The family caught up with the last scene of the 2020 Princess Wencheng drama in Lhasa. Thousands of people performed a live drama under the mountain. Not only were they deeply moved by the love story between Tubo King Songtsen Gambo and Princess Wencheng, they also deeply realized why The Tibetan people regard Princess Wencheng as the savior! Shocking! Interesting and fun, overall superb, nice view, high cost performance,
IoriFIt is worth a visit here. In the western suburbs of Lhasa, there is a large palace garden with lush trees and flowers-Norbulingka. "Robu" means "baby" and "linka" means "garden". Therefore, Norbulingka is known as the "Baby Garden".
小小绿带爆米花Sera Monastery is one of the three major monasteries in Lhasa. Too greedy to look at these blue sky and white clouds, and did not stay too much. There are too many Buddhist temples in Tibet. To me, an outsider, it is like playing the piano.
All the way west finally arrived at the Potala Palace in Lhasa at dusk! Because there are many places where you can't take pictures, you can only take photos from far away. The Potala Palace is a huge palace building. Its ancillary buildings include the mountain sheds, the eunuch school, the Langjie Zhacang, the east and west courtyards and the mountain. Snow Old Town and Tibet Local Langjingyuan, Xueba Likong, Majikang, Malang and Potala Palace backyard, Longwangtan and so on. This is a magnificent building with the highest elevation of palaces, castles and monasteries. It is also the largest and most complete ancient palace complex in Tibet! Standing under the tall palace, looking up, solemn and shocking! Every year, people from all corners of the world come to visit this pilgrimage!
I have been yearning for the snowy plateau of Tibet, the beautiful plateau in mysterious Lhasa. The Potala Palace has stood for more than a thousand years. Everyone who likes Tibet will definitely take pictures here. The night at the Potala Palace is a bit cold and very deserted. But it does not affect his solemnity and sacredness. In front of the Potala Palace Square in the evening, there are occasional cars by the shops that have been opened, and there are few pedestrians. They cannot be compared with the prosperous eastern cities, but it is the most desirable place for Western apprentices. The Potala Palace enshrines the Dalai Lama in the past. Tickets need to be booked one day in advance. You can talk to other people about a tour guide and learn about the history of the Potala Palace. After listening to it, you will be more curious about this magical place.
Anyone who goes to Tibet will visit the Potala Palace. But I think more people are rushing to go over. At the Potala Palace, we can appreciate its style from different angles and different time periods. We can feel its different charms and bring us shocks once and for all. The Potala Palace is divided into two parts, the Red Palace and the White House. The red part of the highest part of the palace is the Red Palace, which is the religious center of the Potala Palace. The rest of the white part of the palace is the administrative center. In addition to buying tickets for the palace, if you only want to take pictures, it is more recommended to go to the Wangshan Observation Deck, opposite the park behind the square. There will be different scenic views.
The Jokhang Temple is located in the center of the old city of Lhasa. It was ordered by the Tibetan king Songtsan Gambo. It was originally called Jesa. Later, Jaisal became the name of the city and evolved into the current Lhasa. The figure of 12-year-old is brought by Princess Tang Cheng, Princess of the Tang Dynasty. After more than 1300 years, the Tibetan Dharma believes that the status of the Jokhang Temple is a "holy place" in their hearts. The Jokhang Temple is the most splendid Tubo period building in Tibet. The civil structure combines the architectural styles of Tibet, Tang, Nepal and India. Tickets are 85 yuan. All year round, the incense is lingering, in front of the main entrance, the devout Tibetans, whispering and praying, fitting the earth to worship, step by step, perhaps they have eternal truth in their hearts to nourish the heart, and I just plead for God's refuge. Inside the temple, the patio-style courtyard is wide and the temple is golden. Standing at the Golden Summit of the Jokhang Temple, you can look into the Potala Palace in the distance, looking at each other, like mutual appreciation and mutual appreciation, together to protect Lhasa, the city on the snowy plateau.
In front of the Jokhang Temple, a Tibetan old man is offering [Manza]. For [Manza], usually at least 100,000 times. Manza symbolizes the universe of Buddhism. It fills the buddha in the prescribed order and then worships the buddhas. This can quickly accumulate the grain, which is a special method for the net obstacles and is also one of the compulsory courses for the Canadians!
Lhasa trip, may wish to take a look at the niche temple. The Murong Ninba Temple, which is just across the wall from the famous Jokhang Temple, is a very old temple. It is about the same time as the Jokhang Temple.
However, there is an old saying in Lhasa: "There is a Jokhang Temple after the Muru Temple." Here, "Muru Temple", the same method of writing "Mo Ru Temple", "Murru Temple" is the same temple. Located on the edge of the Jokhang Temple is the old Murong Ningba Temple.
The temple does not require tickets, but if you want to take pictures in the hall, you need to pay 10 yuan!
From the side of the hall, you can reach the highest point of the temple, where there are several cats living, and you can see the panoramic view of Lhasa, including the Golden Summit of the Jokhang Temple!
Barkhor Street, the warmth of the pilgrimage: May you be treated with gentleness in this world.
About Barkhor Street, this street with more than 1,300 years of history is the holy path in the eyes of Tibetans. The famous Jokhang Temple on the street is their center of the Buddha. Although the street is not long, the streets are dazzling, and there are other monasteries and inns and homestays in the surrounding streets.
My favorite Lalu wetland,
every time is turned over countless spider web iron wall,
shoes still need to soak the wetlands to get in.
The old one helped me to take some photos before I chose them.
The Tibetans who were dressed in the road seemed to be holding ceremonies. I asked: I took a photo, they said: Eggplant ~ so cute. The Chubu Temple, where a corner of the Qinghai-Tibet line entered, the reincarnation system of Tibetan Buddhism was first created here. Even if you are out of breath, you still insist on it.