Tibetan

Tibetan can refer to:

  • Of or relating to Tibet
  • Tibetan people, an ethnic group
  • Tibetan languages
  • Standard Tibetan language
  • Central Tibetan languages
  • Tibetan script, a writing system
  • Tibetan alphabet
  • Tibetan name
  • Tibetan calendar
  • Tibetan art
  • Music of Tibet
  • Tibetan culture
  • Tibetan cuisine
  • Tibetan Spaniel dog breed
  • Tibetan Mastiff dog breed
  • Tibetan Buddhism
  • Tibetan Muslims
  • Traditional Tibetan medicine

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Butter Tea - Usage
... Drinking butter tea is a regular part of Tibetan life ... Before work, a Tibetan will typically down several bowlfuls of this beverage, and it is always served to guests ... According to the Tibetan custom, butter tea is drunk in separate sips, and after each sip the host refills the bowl to the brim ...
'Phags-pa Script - History
... ´Phags-pa extended his native Tibetan script (an Indic script) to encompass Mongol and Chinese, evidently Central Plains standard ... It was also used as one of the scripts on Tibetan currency in the twentieth century, as script for Tibetan seal inscriptions from the Middle Ages up to the 20th century and for inscriptions on ...
History Of Ladakh - The First West Tibetan Dynasty
... Part of a series on Tibetan Buddhism History Timeline Related-topics Schools Nyingma Kagyu Sakya Gelug Bön Jonang Key concepts Three marks of existence Skandha Cosmology Saṃsāra ... by a mixed population, the predominant racial strain of which was Tibetan ...
Walter Evans-Wentz - Partial Bibliography
... Frowde, 1911 The Tibetan book of the dead or, The after-death experiences on the Bardo plane, according to Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup’s English rendering, with foreword by Sir John ... Tibetan yoga and secret doctrines or, Seven books of wisdom of the great path, according to the late Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup’s English rendering arranged and ... great yogī, Milarepa a biography from the Tibetan being the Jetsün-Kahbum or biographical history of Jetsün-Milarepa according to the late Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup’s English ...
Dawa (Tibetan Phrase)
... In Tibetan culture and Sherpa culture, Dawa (Tibetan ཟླཝ, Wylie zlawa also written Tibetan ཟླབ, Wylie zlaba) is a word meaning "moon" or "month" ... India and the Bhutanese people also use the name Dawa in the same sense as the Tibetans ...