For many travelers, Tibet is a magical and mysterious destination. Not only is it an opportunity to please your ears, but also it is an opportunity to experience local Tibetan life. Tibet Travel Expert Service, a professional Tibet travel agency, introduces a Tibet instrument to you-the Damaru. Damaru is a small two-headed drum,and it is popular used in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism. In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the Damaru is

Butter sculpture is a unique Tibetan art form. It is among the Three Greatest Tibetan Art Form, together with Fresco and Barbola. It is made from butter, which is the main food of Tibetan people.

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Tibetan murals are masterpieces of Tibetan painting art. They are being carved on walls of temples, palaces, houses, hotels and so on. But the monasteries are murals gathering places compared with other sites. Large monasteries usually have hundreds of halls, each hall and its corridors, ceilings are painted with Tibetan murals. According to the statistics, there are over 10 million murals in the monasteries. Tibetan Murals-History In the past, Tibetan frescos developed from

Gesar Epic is the longest epic found in the world. It has over 120 volumes, over 1 million verses and over 20 million words. So from the perspective of length, it already exceeds the total amount of other world famous epics.

Tibetan chess is a game like weiqi (also called a game of go or go chess). In ancient times, mainly upper and middle ruling classes could play it. But for now, normal people can play the game popularly.

For nearly a thousand years of history, Lhatse Duixie, a traditional Tibetan folk dance that integrates song, music and dance. It is particularly popular in Lhatse County, Shigatse, Tibet Autonomous Region.

Tibetans are usually conservative in their clothes. They usually wear long-standing and unique Tibetan clothing together with colorful ornaments that featured by various styles and patterns. Archeologists claim that the clothing history of Tibet already has more than 4,600 years of history.