Around 40 million years ago, movement in the earth’s crust formed the Himalayas and a high-altitude plateau that is known as “Tibet“
For many people, Tibet is a mysterious place. In many people’s perceptions, the history and culture of Tibet developed independently in an isolated environment. It even equates Tibet history with the history of the development of Tibetan Buddhism. It is true that almost important events in Tibetan history have been influenced by Tibetan Buddhism.
However, it is obviously incorrect to think that “Tibet history is the history of Tibetan Buddhism”. Even though Tibetan Buddhism occupies a dominant position, the religious beliefs in Tibet are not entirely Tibetan Buddhism.
And the main axis of Tibet history is still the Tibetan people’s own demands and pursuit of humanity.
The Structure of Tibet History
Tibet History Structure is a simple way to quickly understand Tibet history
Thoughts on Tibetan History
This is an article about some of our views of understanding Tibetan history
Songtsen Gampo was the founder of the Tibetan Empire, and is traditionally credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet, influenced by his Nepali and Chinese queens, as well as being the unifier of what were previously several Tibetan kingdoms. He is also regarded as responsible for the creation of Tibetan alphabet and therefore the establishment of Classical Tibetan, the language spoken in his region at the time, as the literary language of Tibet.