Saida is a large cemetery in Tibet. The cemetery here is also very famous. Everyone is allowed to watch it. After the construction of this cemetery, the scale is magnificent and the time of the cemetery varies from day to day. We can often see the celestial burial ceremony here. But because of fear, we can only see some of the cemeteries from afar. There is no way to see the ceremony. There are many statues and carved monuments in Tai Square.
There is a mysterious place in the wall of the mountain, the celestial burial platform. Celestial burial platform is the traditional cultural feature of Tibetan Buddhism. Funerals after death go from high to low: tower funeral, celestial funeral, cremation, water funeral, burial, cliff funeral, tree funeral, stone Museum funeral and other forms. Celestial burial is the most common. The Celestial Burial Platform forbids visitors to enter and take pictures. They can only take a long view. Just shoot it from a distance, record it!
Celestial burial and water burial are popular funerals for the deceased (the highest level is tower burial, the lowest level is burial, and tree burial is generally used for the deceased children). These funerals have been carried on to this day. Almost every morning, there are people in the cemetery who carry out Memorial service. Now it looks very calm.
Celestial burial is a traditional way of burial for Mongolian and Tibetan minorities. After death, the corpse is taken to a designated place to be eaten by Eagles (or other birds, beasts, etc.). The core of celestial burial is soul immortality and reincarnation. Death is only the separation of the immortal soul from the old body. It is a different transformation of different space. Tibetans praise celestial burial and think that "leather sack" is used to feed Hu. Vultures are the most noble gifts, reflecting the highest realm of Mahayana Buddhism - sacrifice gifts.
At the foot of the back hill of Seda Temple, this cemetery seems to have been abandoned. There are some fragments of Fengma Banner on the ground, which has been seen for a long time. There is also a cemetery on the hill, where you can see the city of Lhasa. Because of belief, they did not go up.
There are two cemeteries on the hill behind the Sala Temple, one near the foot of the hill and the other near the mountainside. The Cemetery near the foot of the hill has been abandoned, but it is still surrounded by banners. The back hill is high, and the top of the hill can see the panoramic view of Lhasa City. It is a resort for mountain climbers. The relative height of the mountain is about 500 meters. It takes about 4 hours to climb the mountain, which requires some physical strength. However, if you look back at the city of Lhasa a a little along the mountain road, you will have a wide view. Tourists who are not physically strong or who are easily rebellious just arriving in Lhasa suggest not to climb to the top of the mountain.