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Tibetan Language

Tibetan Languages

Tibet scripture Tibetan Literature

Language is the carrier of our history, helping us know the past better; meanwhile, language is a way of interaction among different ethnic groups, reflecting their unique life.

After years of studying Indian script, Tomi Sangbozha, the language scholar, created Tibetan script during the period of Songtsen Gampo. Since then, Tibetan language has been widely spoken across Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. As People's Republic of China established in 1949, communication between Tibetan and outside world has been further strengthened. Together with four Chinese famous classic books, many world-known masterpieces were translated into Tibetan, too. In return, Tibetan literature were translated into Chinese, English, Janpanese and other languages.

Tibetan folklore and authorial literature offer you a great opportunity to explore Tibetan ancient history, diverse culture, mysterious religion, folk art, social life, distinctive customs, etc.

Tibetan Language & Its Evolution

Tibetan Language & Its Evolution

Here we’ll introduce the development of Tibetan language to you in details, including its features, various branches by region and key phrases for touring Tibet.

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Tibetan Language and Tibetan Grammar

Tibetan Language and Tibetan Grammar

Tibetan Language belongs to Tibeto-Burman languages. A general introduction of Tibetan language dialects, pronunciation, grammar, as well as some useful Tibetan words.

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Tibetan Literature

Tibetan Literature

Tibetan literature has a close relationship with Tibetan language, art, history, philosophy and religion, etc. This page is about the characteristics of Tibetan literature appearing in its developing process.

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The Modernization of Tibetan Language

The Modernization of Tibetan Language

Since the creation of Tibetan scripts during the period of Songtsen Gampo (617-650) in the 7th Century, Tibetan language has been widely applied across Tibetan inhabited areas. See more about the modernization of Tibetan language.

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Numbers in Tibetan Culture - Lucky and Unlucky Numbers

Numbers in Tibetan Culture - Lucky and Unlucky Numbers

Numbers have different meanings in different cultures. Are numbers in Tibetan culture also classified into lucky and unlucky numbers? Of course, they are. For instance, 13 is a lucky and holy number for Tibetan people.

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How to Greet Tibetan People, Tibetan Greetings

How to Greet Tibetan People, Tibetan Greetings

When travelling in Tibet, you might wanna greet local Tibetan people and have a short chat with them. The following are some common Tibetan greeting words teach you how to greet Tibetan people.

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