The Tibetan Himalayas: Shamanistic Buddhism in Tibet, the Concepts Represented By Prayer Flags, the Highest Altitude Snake, the Slow Crash of Asia and India, the Capabilities of the Himalayan Jumping Spider, the Tibetan Name for Mount Everest, the Auspicious Kailash Mountain Within Tibetan Culture, the Axis of the World, the Tibetan Belief of Pilgrimage Cleansing Sins, the Most Important Tibetan Festival, Buddhists and Hindus Both Connecting to Mount Kailash, “Wild Horse” Prayer Flags, the Tibetan Term for “Burial”, Tibetan Glaciers That Feed the World’s Rivers, and the Number of People Who Depend Upon the Tibetan Plateau Worldwide

Tibet is primarily made up of those who are Buddhist's and those who believe in a shamanistic religion. Prayer flags represent the 5 elements, fire, wood, Earth, water, and iron. The flags are printed with prayers to purify the air and pacify the God's. It is believed that the prayer flags messages are blown to heaven on the wind. The flags nearest the top of the pole they are on are considered the most auspicious and because the flags are regularly put up and brought back down, flags which have...

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