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2018-03-20 06:24:00

The most worthwhile place to visit is the Museum of Tibetan Medicine and Culture. There you can learn about the glorious and traditional Tibetan medicine culture of the nomads living on the Tibetan Plateau. The whole museum tour is divided into four levels. The first floor contains the history of Tibetan medicine, Mantang instruments, ancient books and documents, and Tibetan medicine herbarium. On the second floor, there are astronomy, calendar and painting hall; The third floor (tower) has a thousand Buddha hall and a cabinet for collecting sutras. The first floor has Tibetan folk art and Tibetan calligraphy hall. According to different exhibition contents, the major exhibition halls highlight their characteristics and styles through environmental reproduction, Thangka sculpture, cultural relics display, high-tech simulation and other methods and techniques, displaying the extensive and profound rich connotation of Chinese Tibetan medicine culture and the magnificent Thangka scroll.


Here, you can enjoy a piece of embroidery work completed by more than 20 colleagues in 4 months. The works can not only highlight the beautiful euphemism of Thangka, but also show the broad and solemn Thangka art. We can see that the blue glazed light in the center of the work is the master of the health of all things in the world, "Medicine Buddha", which is translated as Sangjermanla in Tibetan. The gathering next to it are some inner monks and outer gods. This painting mainly shows the appearance of Medicine Master Buddha gathering all gods to listen here in order to preach Tibetan medicine. It is said that the square infinite palace where he lived was built by a variety of rare treasures and rare medicinal materials, and there were four palace doors in the southeast and northwest, guarded by the four heavenly Kings respectively, and a pure land surrounded by medicinal incense.


The museum of Tibetan Medicine History mainly shows to everyone the long and brilliant scene of Tibetan medicine as a flower in the world medical treasure house. The whole exhibition hall introduces the seven historical periods of the development of Tibetan medicine, reproduces the deeds of 28 famous Tibetan medicine scientists in the past dynasties, sculptures and ancient medical and surgical instruments to outline the contribution made by the rich and extensive medical literature of Tibetan medicine to mankind. From this, we can also appreciate the unique treatment methods and exquisite medical technology of famous doctors with profound attainments and long influence on medical diseases. Show the mystery of Tibetan medicine, one of the four major traditional medicine in the world.


Mantang Instrument Hall mainly exhibits 80 pairs in the history of world medicine is also rare - Mantang, the so-called Mantang is the teaching wall chart of medicine. By appreciating the masterpieces of medicine, we can not only understand the unique insights and exquisite medical level of the "Tibetan medicine practitioners" with thousands of years of history, but also appreciate the medical theories created by the nomadic people living in the snowy plateau in the long river of medical history. This fully proves the cleverness and wisdom of the Tibetan nation.


The Ancient Books Library mainly displays hundreds of ancient books of Tibetan medicine, one of the four major traditional medicine in the world. The content is not only rich, but also extensive, which is particularly precious is the traditional Tibetan paper as raw materials, and gold, silver, pearl, agate and other minerals as pigments for four years to write and complete the masterpiece "four medical codes" manuscript, this masterpiece can also be said to be the largest medical literature in the medical field so far, extremely appreciated value.


The Tibetan Medicine Herbarium displays diluted animal and plant medicinal specimens distributed in the world's third-grade Tibetan Plateau to fully demonstrate the vibrant growth environment of the Tibetan Plateau's unique natural environment. From which you can also enjoy the Tibetan medical masterpiece "Crystal bead Materia Medica" collection of fine drugs and tribute, gold, silver and other raw materials by special process of brewing, known as "the king of nectar essence" "Zuo Tai" samples.


The astronomical and calendar museum mainly displays not only the ancient finger recording method with a long history, the rope recording method, and the wood engraving recording method, but also the ancient mysterious calendar tools and the rare "sand sculpture" that is difficult to appreciate. Through the display of the exhibits, it shows the colorful scene of astronomical and calendar calculation in Tibetan culture.


Where the treasure of the town hall is located, the magnificent exhibition inside has won the Guinness Book of World Records and won the title of "Tibetan Culture and Art Painting in China". This is a scroll 618 meters long, one of the best Thangka art works in the world. From its planning to painting, it took 27 years. At that time, it was painted by more than 400 Tibetan, Han, soil and Mongolian painting masters from the five provinces of Qing, Tibet, Gansu, Sichuan and Yunnan, using pure natural minerals such as gold, silver, pearl and turquoise as pigments and traditional painting techniques.


The Tibetan Folk Art Museum reproduces a piece of handicraft with unique national characteristics, such as gold, copper, stone, wood and other handicrafts. However, each piece of handicraft is on display for thousands of years, how people living in this land have used their hard-working hands to create exquisite Tibetan living utensils and bright ethnic costumes in the extremely simple production environment. As the Tibetan people are also a people who ride on horseback, there are plenty of old saddles and utensils to admire during the tour.


The Tibetan Calligraphy Art Museum exhibits the current Tibetan script created by Thunmi Sambuza in the seventh century. The main form of the text, that is, the horizontal and vertical lines of each word, and the structure of the pen, all highlight the different styles of Tibetan calligraphy, showing the brilliant historical track of calligraphy in the past dynasties.


This pavilion is located on the top floor of the museum, which houses the Lord Buddha and the surrounding one thousand and eight medicine Buddha statues. It is said that Medicine Buddha is one of the thousand incarnations of Shakyamuni, the master of the pure glass world, and the Buddha who prays for the health of all living things in the world, which is translated as "Sangjermanla" in Tibetan.


The Tibetan Scriptures Pavilion has a collection of modern and contemporary Buddhist classics in Tibetan and Chinese languages, "Tripitaka Sutra" and some endangered Tibetan medicine, culture, astronomy, calendar and other ancient books. Rather than describing it as a small attic containing scriptures, we can say it is more like a condensed Buddhist library. Opening hours: Open all year round, holidays are not closed April 16th - October 15th 9:00-18:00 October 16th - April 15th 9:00-17:00:09 71-5319172 Website: Email: Q Q: 1804183006 Address: Provincial and Municipal Biotechnology Park Jinger Road 36 Zip code: 810016 Service number: zwhbwy Subscription number: qhzwhbwy Weibo