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Tibet

China xī zàng
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西藏 is the Chinese name for the Tibet autonomous region. It is a vast area in southwest China for which the Chinese government has little control (except in the capital of Llasa). During your travels in Tibet (outside of Llasa) you will find it's rough country full of ruthless bandits and honorable and upright Living Buddhas. There are about 2000 Living Buddhas in Tibet, and at least 10 times more bandits ready to ambush you on the road or trail.

On the eastern frontier of Tibet, you will find the place designated to be Shangri-la. It's a friendly village of Tibetans and is the gateway to greater Tibet.


See Also:  China | Nepal | Asia


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Characters

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

山南

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Mandarin shān nán / shan1 nan2
Taiwan shan nan
Japanese yamaminami / やまみなみ    yamanami / やまなみ    sannan / さんなん
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Chinese Lhokha prefecture of Tibet, Tibetan: Lho kha
Japanese (place-name, surname) Yamaminami; (surname, female given name) Yamanami; (place-name, surname) Sannan

西藏

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Mandarin xī cáng / xi1 cang2
Taiwan hsi ts`ang / hsi tsang
Japanese seizou;chibetto(p) / sezo;chibetto(p) / せいぞう;チベット(P)
Tibet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Tibet; Xizang or Tibetan autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自治区
Japanese (kana only) Tibet; (place-name) Tibet (China)
Tibet.

阿里

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Mandarin ā lǐ / a1 li3
Taiwan a li
Japanese ari / あり    asato / あさと
Tibet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Ali (proper name); Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (c. 600-661), cousin, aid and son-in-law of the Prophet Mohammed 穆罕默德, the fourth Caliph 哈里發|哈里发 of Islam, reigned 656-661, and the first Imam 伊瑪目|伊玛目 of Shia Islam; Ngari prefecture in Tibet, Tibetan: Mnga' ris
Japanese (surname, female given name) Ari; (surname) Asato

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Mandarin dèng / deng4
Taiwan teng
Chinese Deng ethnic minority of Tibet

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Mandarin/ pu3
Taiwan p`u / pu
Chinese thick rough serge from Tibet

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Mandarin/ lu3
Taiwan lu
Chinese thick rough serge from Tibet

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Mandarin cáng / cang2
Taiwan ts`ang / tsang
Japanese zou / zo / ぞう
Chinese Japanese variant of 藏
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) possession; ownership; (2) (abbreviation) (See 大蔵省) (former) Ministry of Finance; (n,pref) (3) (abbreviation) Tibet; Tibetan people; (given name) Hidekazu; (given name) Tsuruzou; (personal name) Zou; (personal name) Kuratou; (surname) Kurasaki; (surname) Kura; (given name) Kakuzou; (given name) Osamu

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Mandarin cáng / cang2
Taiwan ts`ang / tsang
Japanese kura / くら    osamu / おさむ
Chinese storehouse; depository; Buddhist or Taoist scripture; to conceal; to hide away; to harbor; to store; to collect; Tibet; Xizang 西藏
Japanese (surname) Kura; (personal name) Osamu
Treasury, thesaurus, store, to hide; the Canon. An intp. of piṭaka, a basket, box, granary, collection of writings. The 二藏 twofold canon may be the sutras and the vinaya; or the Hīnayāna and Mahāyāna scriptures. The 三藏 or tripiṭaka consists of the sutras, vinaya, and śāstras (abhidharma). The 四藏 fourfold canon adds a miscellaneous collection. The 五藏 fivefold collection is sutras, vinaya, abhidharma, miscellaneous, and spells, or, instead of the spells, a bodhisattva collection. There is also an esoteric fivefold canon, the first three being the above, the last two being the prājñāpāramitā and the dhāraṇīs.

丁青

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Mandarin dīng qīng / ding1 qing1
Taiwan ting ch`ing / ting ching
Chinese Dêngqên county, Tibetan: Steng chen rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区[Chang1 du1 di4 qu1], Tibet

丹巴

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Mandarin dān bā / dan1 ba1
Taiwan tan pa
Chinese Danba county (Tibetan: rong brag rdzong) in Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture 甘孜藏族自治州, Sichuan (formerly in Kham province of Tibet)

乃東


乃东

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Mandarin nǎi dōng / nai3 dong1
Taiwan nai tung
Chinese Nêdong county, Tibetan: Sne gdong rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区[Shan1 nan2 di4 qu1], Tibet

亞東


亚东

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Mandarin yà dōng / ya4 dong1
Taiwan ya tung
Chinese Yadong county, Tibetan: Gro mo rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet

仁布

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Mandarin rén bù / ren2 bu4
Taiwan jen pu
Chinese Rinbung county, Tibetan: Rin spungs rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet

仲巴

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Mandarin zhòng bā / zhong4 ba1
Taiwan chung pa
Chinese Zhongba county, Tibetan: 'Brong pa rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet

八宿

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Mandarin bā sù / ba1 su4
Taiwan pa su
Japanese hasshuku / はっしゅく
Chinese Baxoi county, Tibetan: Dpa' shod rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区[Chang1 du1 di4 qu1], Tibet
Japanese (place-name) Hasshuku

八廓

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Mandarin bā kuò / ba1 kuo4
Taiwan pa k`uo / pa kuo
Chinese Barkhor, pilgrim circuit around Jokhang temple in Lhasa, Tibet

加查

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Mandarin jiā chá / jia1 cha2
Taiwan chia ch`a / chia cha
Chinese Gyaca county, Tibetan: Rgya tsha rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区[Shan1 nan2 di4 qu1], Tibet

吉隆

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Mandarin jí lóng / ji2 long2
Taiwan chi lung
Japanese yoshitaka / よしたか
Chinese Gyirong county, Tibetan: Skyid grong rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
Japanese (given name) Yoshitaka

吐蕃

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Mandarin tǔ fán / tu3 fan2
Taiwan t`u fan / tu fan
Japanese Tohan
Chinese Tubo or Tufan, old name for Tibet; the Tibetan Tubo dynasty 7th-11th century AD; also pr. [Tu3 fan1]
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

喇嘛

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Mandarin lǎ ma / la3 ma
Taiwan la ma
Japanese rama / らま
Chinese lama, spiritual teacher in Tibetan Buddhism
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) lama (tib: bla-ma)
Lama, the Lamaistic form of Buddhism found chiefly in Tibet, and Mongolia, and the smaller Himālayan States. In Tibet it is divided into two schools, the older one wearing red robes, the later, which was founded by Tson-kha-pa in the fifteenth century, wearing yellow; its chiefs are the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama, respectively.

嘉黎

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Mandarin jiā lí / jia1 li2
Taiwan chia li
Chinese Lhari county, Tibetan: Lha ri rdzong, in Nagchu prefecture 那曲地區|那曲地区[Na4 qu3 di4 qu1], central Tibet

噶廈


噶厦

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Mandarin gá xià / ga2 xia4
Taiwan ka hsia
Chinese government of Tibet, dissolved in 1959

噶爾


噶尔

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Mandarin gá ěr / ga2 er3
Taiwan ka erh
Chinese Gar county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sgar rdzong

四河

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Mandarin sì hé / si4 he2
Taiwan ssu ho
Japanese shigou / shigo / しごう
Japanese (place-name) Shigou
The four rivers— Ganges, Sindhu (Indus), Vākṣu (Oxus), and Tārīm, all reputed to arise out of a lake, Anavatapta, in Tibet.

土波

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Mandarin tǔ bō / tu3 bo1
Taiwan t`u po / tu po
Japanese Toba
Tibet.

墨脫


墨脱

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Mandarin mò tuō / mo4 tuo1
Taiwan mo t`o / mo to
Chinese Mêdog county, Tibetan: Me tog rdzong, in Nyingchi prefecture 林芝地區|林芝地区[Lin2 zhi1 di4 qu1], Tibet

夏河

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Mandarin xià hé / xia4 he2
Taiwan hsia ho
Japanese natsukawa / なつかわ    natsuka / なつか
Chinese Xiahe county in Gannan Tibetan autonomous prefecture 甘南藏族自治州[Gan1 nan2 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Gansu, formerly Amdo province of Tibet
Japanese (surname) Natsukawa; (female given name) Natsuka

大乘

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Mandarin dà chéng / da4 cheng2
Taiwan ta ch`eng / ta cheng
Japanese oonori / おおのり
Chinese Mahayana, the Great Vehicle; Buddhism based on the Mayahana sutras, as spread to Central Asia, China and beyond; also pr. [Da4 cheng2]
Japanese (surname) Oonori
Mahāyāna; also called 上乘; 妙乘; 勝乘; 無上乘; 無上上乘; 不惡乘; 無等乘, 無等等乘; 摩訶衍 The great yāna, wain, or conveyance, or the greater vehicle in comparison with the 小乘 Hīnayāna. It indicates universalism, or Salvation for all, for all are Buddha and will attain bodhi. It is the form of Buddhism prevalent in Tibet, Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan, and in other places in the Far East. It is also called Northern Buddhism. It is interpreted as 大教 the greater teaching as compared with 小教 the smaller, or inferior. Hīnayāna, which is undoubtedly nearer to the original teaching of the Buddha, is unfairly described as an endeavour to seek nirvana through an ash-covered body, an extinguished intellect, and solitariness; its followers are sravakas and pratyekabuddhas (i.e. those who are striving for their own deliverance through ascetic works). Mahāyāna, on the other hand, is described as seeking to find and extend all knowledge, and, in certain schools, to lead all to Buddhahood. It has a conception of an Eternal Buddha, or Buddhahood as Eternal (Adi-Buddha), but its especial doctrines are, inter alia, (a) the bodhisattvas 菩薩 , i.e. beings who deny themselves final Nirvana until, according to their vows, they have first saved all the living; (b) salvation by faith in, or invocation of the Buddhas or bodhisattvas; (c) Paradise as a nirvana of bliss in the company of Buddhas, bodhisattvas, saints, and believers. Hīnayāna is sometimes described as 自利 self-benefiting, and Mahāyāna as 自利利他 self-benefit for the benefit of others, unlimited altruism and pity being the theory of Mahāyāna. There is a further division into one-yana and three-yanas: the trīyāna may be śrāvaka, pratyeka-buddha, and bodhisattva, represented by a goat, deer, or bullock cart; the one-yāna is that represented by the Lotus School as the one doctrine of the Buddha, which had been variously taught by him according to the capacity of his hearers, v. 方便. Though Mahāyāna tendencies are seen in later forms of the older Buddhism, the foundation of Mahāyāna has been attributed to Nāgārjuna 龍樹. "The characteristics of this system are an excess of transcendental speculation tending to abstract nihilism, and the substitution of fanciful degrees of meditation and contemplation (v. Samādhi and Dhyāna) in place of the practical asceticism of the Hīnayāna school."[Eitel 68-9.] Two of its foundation books are the 起信論and the 妙法蓮華經 but a larnge numberof Mahāyāna sutras are ascribed to the Buddha。; great vehicle

大召

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Mandarin dà zhào / da4 zhao4
Taiwan ta chao
Japanese daijō
A temple and its great bell in Lhasa Tibet, styled 老木郞, built when the T'ang princess became the wife of the Tibetan king Ts'ah-po and converted Tibet to Buddhism; great inviter

天珠

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Mandarin tiān zhū / tian1 zhu1
Taiwan t`ien chu / tien chu
Japanese tenju / てんじゅ
Chinese dzi bead, a type of stone bead highly prized in Tibet for many centuries, reputed to hold supernatural power
Japanese (female given name) Tenju

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