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Dzi Bead

August,28 2018 BY Master Kungga Dundruk 0 COMMENTS

If you traveling in Tibet, except to visit famous places there, the other thing you have to is shopping. Tibet has many excellent handicrafts and artistic, and one of the most famous things is Dzi bead.

Dzi bead’s literal meaning is heaven pearls, in Tibet, it was regarded as the gift given by God. Such beads were etched black-and-white or brown-and-white, with symbols comprised of circles, ovals, square, waves stripes, lines, and various other symbolic patterns. Sometimes it looks like an eye, so some people think that there a magic power in Dzi bead. To the Tibetans, each of these symbols represents a specific meaning. They are the precious possession to the Tibetan, with so many fascinating stories of its mystical power attributed to it.

Now, in the market the price of Dzi bead is very high due to the low production. Natural Dzi bead is too expensive, most of the Dzi bead in the market are man-made. But bring some back to home as gifts it is also a good choice.

Master Kungga Dundruk

About the Author - Master Kungga Dundruk

The Lhasa-born prodigy used to study business overseas, and got his Bachelor of Business in Nepal and India before moving back to his homeland.With pure passion for life and unlimited love for Tibet, Kunga started his guide career as early as 1997.

Responsible, considerate and humorous, he devoted his entire life guiding and serving international tourists travelling in Tibet.As a legendary Tibetan travel guru with 20-year pro guide experience , he once had an exclusive interview with the US media. Currently he is working in Tibet Vista as the Tour Operating Director. Whenever our clients run into troubles, he is your first call and will offer prompt support.

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