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Tiji Festival

Anisha Rauniyar May 17, 2020

Tiji festival is celebrated by the inborn Buddhists of Lo-Manthang (Upper Bronco). The title is an shortened form of the word ‘Tempa Chirim’ .Which implies the triumph of Ruler Buddha’s incarnation ‘Dorjee Sonnu’ over a evil spirit named Man Tam Ru who nourished on human creatures and caused storms and dry spells. The Tiji festival celebration ordinarily takes put on the final week of May for 3 days. Conceal moves are perform by the ministers of Lo-Manthang within the ‘Choedhe’ religious community.

Moves performed by the ministers of Lo Manthang’s “Choedhe” religious community amid the celebration display

Tiji Festival

Padamasambhava educating the major steps within the sacrosanct move of Vajrakila at Samye Cloister in Tibet. Chhode Cloister at Lo Manthang in Upper Bronco is popular for its execution of Vajrakila hone and ritual. However, the Tiji Celebration in Upper Bronco did not begin until the 17th century. When the Mustangi Ruler Samdup Rabten welcomed Sakya Trizin Ngawang Kunga Sinam to come to Lo Manthang. He remained at Lo Manthang’s Chhode Religious community . They performed the uncommon Vajrakila custom .For the prosperity of all conscious creatures, additionally to scatter all negative components in Mustang heredities.

  • Event Date: 19/05/2020
  • Event Place: Lo Manthang

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