Tibet, the closest to the sky, the clouds that are out of reach, seem to be within reach.

The pilgrim believers, long shadows in the sun, the burning butter lamps, staying up all night.

The smiling Buddha statue is a mysterious and unpredictable; the Mani heap and the six-character mantra in the wind are everywhere, conveying auspicious wishes.

All of this constitutes a fantasy world.


The Mani stone pile at the foot of the Namurani Peak is everywhere. The devout Buddhists in the plateau turn all the stones there into a reiki, and they will tirelessly or write Buddhist words from generation to generation on the stone, or The depiction of Buddha images is not something that will be portrayed. It simply picks up the stones and piles them up into a personal work hill. As a result, Mani Stone appears. It gradually appears like a Buddhist temple, a Buddhist stupa, a Buddha statue in the colorful world of Tibetan Buddhism. Like a Buddhist scripture, it has its own status as a part of an equally important religious culture. In every morning and evening, it is dyed in gold, and the light and shadow change. Devoted Tibetan believers believe that as long as the six-character mantras of day and night meditation are inscribed on the stone, these stones will have a supernatural spirituality and bring them good luck.


The Buddhist scriptures say that the Buddha’s statement often reveals a smile. In the face of the mysterious and beautiful smile of the Buddha statue, and then impetuous and utilitarian, I will learn a little bit of piety and indifference. In the Baiju Temple of Jiangyan, the murals have a wide range of subjects, including the two prominent essays, the story of Buddhism and the story of Bunsen, etc. The painting method is unique compared to many other temples in Tibet.


At 10 o’clock in the morning, the mysterious halo map is on top of Malang’s fault, forming a magical sight. The holy lake is calm and the waves, the Gangdese Mountains stretch in the distance. In the face of the grandeur, grandeur, silence and solemnity of nature, the only thing that can be done is to abandon the ridiculous arrogance of the heart, admit that it is small and humble, and fully stretch your body and integrate into this day, the cloud, the water.

Burning lamp

The eternal butter lamps burn in various temples and houses in Tibet. Each cluster of flames is a believer who tells the Buddha that he conveys infinite piety and prayer. Every year on October 25th, the Tibetan Lantern Festival will be held to commemorate the Buddhist reformer, the founder of the Gelug Sect, Tsongkhapa. On this day, all the temples of the sects and the herdsmen of the villages must ignite the butter lamps on the altar inside and outside the temple, and in the halls of the home, staying up all night.

Buddha statue

The Baiju Tower of the Baiju Temple in Jiangyan has nine floors. There are a large number of Buddha statues in 77 Buddhist temples. It is said to be as many as 100,000, so it is also called “100,000 stupas”, just like a Buddhist statue museum. Walked layer by layer, saw the Buddha statue, and my heart was calm.

The blue dragonfly is the symbol of the sky, the white dragonfly is the symbol of the white cloud, the red dragonfly is the symbol of the flame, the green dragonfly is the symbol of the green water, and the yellow dragonfly is the symbol of the land.

The various colors of the warp are fixed and cannot be innovated casually. Secondly, the order of each color is strictly defined, and there can be no errors. Because the meaning of the scriptures is very clear, it is not to beautify the environment, but to pray for the blessing of Longchang and the elimination of disasters.

The lake on the plateau is like a crystal tear, with a holy and rich beauty. Around the Balagzon Mountains, there are 18 plateau holy lakes of different sizes, which are clear and transparent, clean and sacred. The legend is that when the goddess is dressing, the dressing lenses are accidentally broken and the plateau is turned into.


At 7 o’clock in the morning, there is a pilgrimage crowd outside the Potala Palace Square. The image of the old man’s prayer was fixed by the morning sun, and the sun soothed his persevering black face and achieved his devout faith.