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TIBETAN TRADITIONS
TIBETAN LIFE
LUNISOLAR CALENDAR
COMPLETE TIBETAN CALENDAR
PLACE
SIXTY YEARS
LUNAR ECLIPSE
ANNUALS
FINAL DAYS
INFORMATION
HISTORICAL INFORMATION
CELEBRATED
APRIL
JANUARY 15
DECEMBER
DECEMBER 29
TIBETAN PEOPLE
TIBETAN
TIBETAN LANGUAGE
UNIQUE SYSTEM
FIRST MONTH
BEGINNING
FOURTH MONTH
BIRTHDAYS
SAKYAMUNI
FIRST DAY
YEAR
ANNUAL FESTIVAL
MONTH
TIBET
LOSAR
TIBETAN CALENDAR
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Definitions

  1. Tibetan calendar is based on the Yin -Yang (lunisolar) calendar, which consists of "five elements" (wood, fire, earth, gold and water). (Web site)
  2. The Tibetan calendar is made up of twelve lunar months and Losar begins on the first day of the first month. (Web site)
  3. The Tibetan calendar is mixed with the calendar of Yin and Yang, which is divided one year into four seasons: winter, spring, summer and autumn. (Web site)
  4. The Tibetan calendar was influenced by both the Chinese and Hindu calendars.
  5. The Tibetan calendar, a kind of almanac created by Tibetans has a history of 1300 years.

Tibetan Traditions

  1. According to Tibetan traditions; Lhabab Düchen occurs on the 22nd day of the 9th month of the Tibetan calendar.

Tibetan Life

  1. The Tibetan calendar and almanac play a large role in Tibetan life. (Web site)

Lunisolar Calendar

  1. The Tibetan calendar is a lunisolar calendar. (Web site)

Complete Tibetan Calendar

  1. This page used to contain a complete Tibetan Calendar of the actual year, but it has become too time-consuming for me to do this every year.

Place

  1. In the fourth lunar month of the Tsurphu Tibetan calendar either the Guru Rinpoche or the Vajrakilaya Drupchen (great sadhana practice retreat) take place. (Web site)

Sixty Years

  1. A cycle of sixty years is called "Rabchung" in Tibetan calendar, which is similar in content to "the sixty year-old" in the hinterland of China. (Web site)

Lunar Eclipse

  1. The Tibetan Calendar also uses 24 solar terms to predict the movement of the Five Planet as well as Solar and Lunar Eclipse.

Annuals

  1. Due to being influenced by the Han calendar, the heavenly stems have always designed the Tibetan calendar and Earthly branches as annuals. (Web site)

Final Days

  1. One of the most solemn rituals -- the dgu-gtor -- is held during the final days of the final month of the Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Information

  1. Information on centers, projects, teachers, and Tibetan calendar. (Web site)
  2. The information provided is taken from the Rigpa Tibetan Calendar, 2007-2008.

Historical Information

  1. Kalacakra and The Tibetan Calendar describes the contents of current Tibetan almanacs, from basic mathematics to symbolic and historical information. (Web site)

Celebrated

  1. According to the Tibetan calendar, Saka Dawa is celebrated on the 15th day of the fourth lunar month. (Web site)

April

  1. As it appears in April of Tibetan calendar, the Shisu is named in reference to Saga Dawa. (Web site)

January 15

  1. It means the Large Dharma Transmission Ceremony, which is held on January 15 of Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

December

  1. The preparation for the New Year generally starts in early December of Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

December 29

  1. December 29 of Tibetan calendar coincides with the eve of the New Year. (Web site)

Tibetan People

  1. On every New Year's Day of the Tibetan calendar, which is the most important holiday for Tibetan people, the teachers of the school are very busy.

Tibetan

  1. April in Tibetan calendar is Buddha Month, so it is called “Saka Dawa” in Tibetan.

Tibetan Language

  1. Saga Dawa means the Disu month in the Tibetan language; Disu is one of the 28 constellations of astrology in Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Unique System

  1. The Tibetan calendar is a unique system which is lunar-based. (Web site)

First Month

  1. The Monlam Prayer Festival follows it in the first month of the Tibetan calendar, falling on the fourth up to the eleventh day of the first Tibetan month.
  2. It is celebrated on the early first month of Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Beginning

  1. Losar, the beginning of the Tibetan New Year according to the Rigpa Tibetan Calendar, occurs on March 3rd of the Gregorian calendar.
  2. For example, the New Year's Day in Shigatse is celebrated at the beginning of December on the Tibetan calendar.

Fourth Month

  1. Saga Dawa Festival on the 15th of the fourth month of Tibetan calendar is a unique festival of Tibet. (Web site)

Birthdays

  1. The birthdays of great Tibetan saints are usually celebrated on the same date of the Tibetan calendar.

Sakyamuni

  1. The 15th day of the fourth month on the Tibetan calendar is said to be the birthday of Sakyamuni, and the day when he died and attained Nirvana. (Web site)

First Day

  1. On the first day of the festival, hordes of chanters show up in the street and the upsurge will occur on the 15th of Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Year

  1. The Year of Iron Tiger in the Tibetan calendar begins on February 14 this year it starts on exactly the same date as Chinese Lunar New Year's Day.
  2. In the Tibetan calendar, summer is a 72 day period commencing three lunar months after Tibetan New Year. (Web site)
  3. For instance, Jia zhi year in lunar calendar is called the year of fire tiger in Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Annual Festival

  1. The annual festival of Chaam is performed on the 29th and 29th days of the tenth month of the Lunar calendar (Tibetan Calendar).
  2. During the fourth lunar month in the Tibetan calendar, ethnic Tibetans celebrate the annual festival of Saga Dawa.

Month

  1. Because the Disu appears in the fourth month of Tibetan calendar, this month is called as the Disu month, i.e. (Web site)
  2. April 15 of Tibetan calendar is a special Tibetan festival - Saga Dawa, which means the month of Shisu in Tibetan language (Shisu is one of 28 horoscopes). (Web site)

Tibet

  1. Kalachakra tantra was introduced into Tibet in 1027 and it is considered the basis of the Tibetan calendar. (Web site)
  2. Each year, on the 15th of the tenth month in Tibetan calendar, religious activities are held in temples throughout Tibet.
  3. In Tibet and its adjoining provinces, This religious festival is celebrated from December 29 through January 15 according to Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Losar

  1. The New Year, or Losar, is the most important holiday of the Tibetan calendar and lasts, inside Tibet, up to 10 days. (Web site)
  2. The Tibetan New year, also known as Losar, is the most important festival in the Tibetan calendar. (Web site)
  3. In 2002, Losar will take place on February 13, the beginning of the Water Horse year, or 2129 according to the Tibetan calendar. (Web site)

Tibetan Calendar

  1. Since the systematization of the Tibetan calendar in 1027 AD., the first day of the first month became fixed as Losar, the New Year. (Web site)
  2. When the Sun is entering into Aries, it also marks the Kalachakra New Year, which is actually the third month of the Tibetan Calendar and falls in April. (Web site)
  3. Aries, the third month in the Tibetan Calendar, is also the first month in the Kalachakra New Year. (Web site)

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