About Tibetan Buddhism
Tibetan Buddhism is the major existence of Tibetan culture. On the snowy plateau, temples, pagodas, prayer flags, the ubiquitous six-word Dharani and Mani stones, magnificent Potala Palace, holy Jokhang Temple, and the Ramoche Temple are all symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. In fact, the connotation of Tibetan Buddhism is far more than these - its unique reincarnation system of living Buddha, the order of specializing Exoteric and Esoteric Buddhism, a tremendous amount of Sutras, as well as murals, statues, Thangka and other Buddhist arts, etc. all contain a huge amount of connotation, which attract people's attention at home and abroad. Here're some facts about Tibetan Buddhism, from which you can understand Tibetan Buddhism better.
- The symbols of Tibetan Buddhism are Dharma Chakra and deer, which symbolize the everlasting life of Buddhism and the Buddha-nature of all things.
- The debates of Tibetan Buddhism is very distinctive, which is not only a routine but also a discussion accompanied by exaggerated body movements based on the understanding and application of Buddhist scriptures.
- In Tibetan Buddhism, sky burial is the most distinctive burial method. According to Tibetan Buddhism, death is to separate the soul from the body.