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Sect of Tibetan Buddhism there, Nyingma and Gelug Tanganyika and four were cited, with the greatest impact Nyingma and Gelug. In the area of Tibetan Buddhism, the most influential historical events are: Karma. Allocated to the Greek, II Karmapa, Tibetan Buddhism's system of reincarnation of Living Buddha, founder of Kawagebo pilgrimage in 1268 to determine the size of the Meili Snow Mountain Hill to line   Karma. Cering dome so that, the Karmapa III, the 1326 pilgrimage Kawagebo    Tibetan Buddhist masters of the 10th Panchen do Gyaincain Kyrgyzstan, in October 1989, Kawagebo peak in front of a grand funeral, the exercises had been left by stone-built sites for visitors to pay respects.

Tibetan Buddhism
   Tibetan Buddhist Master Panchen Lama Gyaincain Kyrgyzstan indeed, on May 24, 2006, flying in the face of Kawagebo Temple held a solemn ceremony to worship. Wugufengdeng wish, six domestic animals thrive, and the people happy and healthy life. Before the cloud cover of fog around the Kawagebo has troubles of Wu San-feng, wearing real capacity, the sun's shining, the radiation light fantastic!
   The area is now a total of 14 temples, before the democratic reform in 24 Living Buddha, Living Buddha of the existing 8-bit. The following is a temple of the Merritt area distribution:
   East Zhulin Si: Founded in 1667, is located in Deqin County Ben Township-column, 214 country road, 636 monks in the book, there is a five-storey hall, a debate by the House, a School of Law, 104 Sengfang , A Yellow Sect
   Dan Deqin temple Karma: Deqin is located in the town of the good times before Sanshiyinian Qing Dynasty, by the Dalai Lama V Ci Ming, a Yellow Sect
   ldan Eight sheep temple, also known as Hung-po Temple, located in the rural Red Deqin Yunling Village, founded in the year 1514, a Yellow Sect, thanks to Qing Emperor Xianfeng important, "Bank of the South to help" piece, At present, there is a Living Buddha, 80 monks
   Taba Lin Monastery: Yunnan, the only Tibetan Buddhist nun Temple, located in Deqin Ben-bar song book rural town, was founded in the year 1772, the nuns of the existing 115
   Main Wing-top temple: at the door Deqin Yan rural Nepalese villages red, was built in the Ming Dynasty Yongle years, the monks of the existing 80, a Red Nyingma
   collapse Gong Temple: Deqin Yan at the door at the end of the rural village of stone, built in 1637, the monks of the existing 50, a Red Nyingma
   drag Bamboo Temple: Deqin Yan at the door dragging the rural village, the monks of the existing 30, a Red Nyingma
   Yu Sin Temple: Deqin County, located off-field-long teeth rural village, founded in the year 1618, the existing 33 monks, is a lung Ga Jupai

Tibetan Buddhism combines the essential teachings of Mahayana Buddhism with Tantric and Shamanic, and material from an ancient Tibetan religion called Bon.

Although Tibetan Buddhism is often thought to be identical with Vajrayana Buddhism, they are not identical - Vajrayana is taught in Tibetan Buddhism together with the other vehicles.

Buddhism became a major presence in Tibet towards the end of the 8th century CE. It was brought from India at the invitation of the Tibetan king, Trisong Detsen, who invited two Buddhist masters to Tibet and had important Buddhist texts translated into Tibetan.

First to come was Shantarakshita, abbot of Nalanda in India, who built the first monastery in Tibet. He was followed by Padmasambhava, who came to use his wisdom and power to overcome "spiritual" forces that were stopping work on the new monastery.

Supernatural beings are prominent in Tibetan Buddhism. Buddhas and bodhisattvas abound, gods and spirits taken from earlier Tibetan religions continue to be taken seriously. Bodhisattvas are portrayed as both benevolent godlike figures and wrathful deities.

This metaphysical context has allowed Tibetan Buddhism to develop a strong artistic tradition, and paintings and other graphics are used as aids to understanding at all levels of society.

Visual aids to understanding are very common in Tibetan Buddhism - pictures, structures of various sorts and public prayer wheels and flags provide an ever-present reminder of the spiritual domain in the physical world.

Tibetan Buddhism is strong in both monastic communities and among lay people.


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