The hotel is very close to here, and it's past by strolling. Through many cultural relics, ancient books, art, medical specimens and so on, the museum systematically demonstrates Tibetan art culture, medical technology and other aspects, which is an excellent place to understand Tibetan culture. There is a huge and exquisite Thangka in the museum, covering the whole wall, 618 meters long. It has been completed by many Thangka masters for more than 20 years. It can be regarded as the treasure of the town hall. The Tibetan medicine culture displayed in the museum is also quite mysterious. It is amazing that both Tibetan medicine and medical equipment feel as good as modern technology.
The whole structure of Qinghai Tibetan Medicine and Culture Museum is divided into three layers. On the first and second floors, there are six exhibition halls, including Tibetan medical history, Mantang instruments, ancient books and documents, Tibetan medicine specimens, astronomical calendar, painted grand view, etc. On the second floor, there are Banzhida Tibetan Art Exhibition and Sales City. According to different exhibition contents, the exhibition halls have highlighted their characteristics and styles by means of environmental reproduction, Thangka sculpture, cultural relics display, high-tech simulation and other ways and means, which have demonstrated the profound and profound connotation of Chinese Tibetan medicine culture. At present, there is no museum specializing in Tibetan medicine culture in the world. The Chinese Museum of Tibetan Medicine and Culture, which was completed in 2006 and opened on September 9 of that year, is the only comprehensive museum in the world to display Tibetan medicine and culture. Tibetan medicine culture has thousands of years of historical inheritance, rich literature, extensive content, unique in the field of world medicine culture. Due to the special geographical environment and human factors, some of its unique drug processing methods and experience, some precious cultural books, painting techniques are on the verge of extinction and loss. Tibetan Medicine Culture Museum has many functions, such as excavation, collection, protection, exhibition, research, teaching and popularization. Its establishment will play an immeasurable role in saving and protecting Tibetan Medicine Culture. It is really a great achievement in the present age and benefits for thousands of years.
We had a rest at noon in Xining and went to the first stop of the trip to the Tibetan Medicine and Culture Museum. We asked for an explanation of 90 yuan ticket, 30 yuan ticket, 30 yuan ticket, and 60 explainers were Tibetan beautiful women. They didn't remember their names. Sorry, the museum as a whole was good. Eight exhibition halls. We went to four three to four more than four on the negative floor and sold Jinke Tibetan medicine because the whole museum was made by Jinke Tibetan Medicine Group. And this brand of Tibetan medicine has been heard before, so I bought a lot of free mail home with my father. Unfortunately, after buying medicine, I finished work at 5 o'clock. The second floor Thangka didn't look at it. Next time, I came to see the Thangka. The Tibetan doctor knows a lot about children with long knowledge and likes it very much.
A lecturer was invited to learn a lot of knowledge sticks. Thangka 618m is very beautiful, but I can't see the exhibition hall. I heard that there are 900m statues of Buddha on the third floor of the new exhibition hall to be moved to in September. There's a seal in the museum. Stamp paper at the front desk collar if necessary
Here is a comprehensive and systematic introduction of Tibetan medicine: the development process of famous Tibetan medicine, experts, books, medicinal materials, surgical instruments, etc. Everything, especially interesting, is the picture of human pathophysiological function drawn by Thangka.
Tibetan Museum of Culture and Tibetan Medical Museum are located together in a biased geographical position. But it was definitely a surprise visit. From Tibetan medicine, collection method, Tibetan costume, Tibetan astronomy and Tibetan Buddhist history, the exhibition exhibits the extensive and profound Tibetan culture. In particular, the large colored Thangka on the second floor, 618 meters, covers the origin of Tibet, tribal evolution, Buddhist history and portraits, Tan Buddhist statues, 114 pairs of Mandalas, Tibetan religious development history, Tibetan medicine and other aspects. Its drawing is exquisite and magnificent, and its content is amazing. It is recommended to reserve 1-2 hours for visits, so as not to live too fast and leave regrets.
For a better understanding of the Tibetan Plateau and Tibetan culture, come to the Qinghai Tibetan Cultural Museum and the Qinghai Tibetan Plateau Natural Museum. Here's everything you want to know. The two pavilions are just across the street. Let's visit them together. You can also collect seals. [Victory] (To collect seals and work with people)
Two kilometers away from Tar Monastery is a good place to understand Tibetan culture. You can learn Tibetan astronomy, calendar, religious beliefs, costume and folk customs and so on. Visiting the Tar Monastery before and after, I got a deeper impression of murals, embroidery and butter flowers.
People who like Thangka and Tibetan medicine can go to see it, and Tibetan doctors have been sitting in the classroom for a long time to diagnose. Seeing the surgical equipment used by Tibetan doctors, from the point of view of its precision and maturity, suddenly there is a feeling that this is the knowledge taught by aliens...
The whole structure of Qinghai Tibetan Medicine and Culture Museum is divided into three layers, one underground layer and two above ground layers. It can be said that this museum is the epitome of Tibetan culture, especially for Tibetan medicine, Tibetan history and culture, astronomical calendar and Tangka have a relatively complete understanding. The rich exhibits describe in detail the history and theory of Tibetan medicine. The most noteworthy one is the Tangka recorded in the Guinness World Records. The 618-meter-long and 2.5-meter-wide Tangka is elaborately painted with precious paints such as gold powder, jade and coral. It is amazing.