西游记（16）：一些藏族传闻 ｜Journey to the West (16):Some Tibetan rumors
Daocheng Yading, known as the “last piece of pure land on the water blue planet.” The beauty here does not need me to repeat. Only the attraction tickets are too expensive (270/person), the scenic spot is very large, and the altitude is relatively high. Only the internal transportation can be used in the scenic area. We have too many photographic equipment, and for various reasons, we finally gave up the Aden scenic spot. However, the periphery of the scenic spot is also good, but the Sansheng Mountain/Milk Sea and other long-established places have no chance to meet.
到达稻城后，我们入住了一对小夫妻开的小旅馆“迷藏”，据说这小两口也是到 稻城 旅行后就决定留下来了。当晚听男主人讲了好多关于天葬、水葬、树葬的事情。
天葬：藏族传统的一种丧葬方式。人死后把尸体拿到指定的地点，由天葬师碎尸后让鹰（或者其他的鸟类、兽类等）吞食，天葬核心是灵魂不灭和轮回往复。据说 色达 那边的天葬都发展成了一种旅游观光项目，每天都会有很多尸体送去 色达 ，旅行团带人去参观秃鹰啄食尸体 。旅馆男主人还发了个小视频给我们，我实在是没有勇气看完。
水葬：据说也是把尸体碎了后沉 水里 喂鱼的一种丧葬方式。据说在藏区，最肥美的鱼是鳕鱼，主要是吃碎尸肉的。所以，在藏区我们就没沾过鱼。 大多数藏族人不吃鱼，估计也和水葬有关系吧。
After arriving in Daocheng, we stayed in a small hotel opened by a young couple, “the fascination”. The young couple decided to stay after they traveled to Daocheng. That night, I heard a lot of things about Tibetan burial, water burial, and tree burial.
Celestial burial: a funeral way of Tibetan tradition. After the death, the body is taken to the designated place. After the burial of the celestial burial master, the eagle (or other birds, beasts, etc.) is swallowed. The core of the celestial burial is the immortality and reincarnation. It is said that the celestial burial of Seda has developed into a tourist and sightseeing project. Every day, many bodies are sent to Seda. The tour group takes people to visit the vultures to eat the bodies. The hotel owner also sent a small video to us, I really did not have the courage to read it.
Water funeral: It is said that it is also a funeral way to feed the fish after the body is broken. It is said that in Tibetan areas, the most fat fish is squid, mainly eating minced meat. Therefore, we have not been exposed to fish in Tibetan areas. Most Tibetans do not eat fish, and it is estimated that it is also related to water funeral.
Tree burial: It is said that the burial of those who died. Wrap it directly with a cloth or use a small wooden box to mount the tree.
Of course, Tibetans also have cremation and earth burials. Interested in the online search for each way, the picture is absolutely impactful.
Almost all the mountains, intersections, lakes and riversides in the Tibetan areas can be seen in the altar of stone and stone. Also known as the “God heap.” Most of these stones and slate are engraved with six-character mantras, eye-catching eyes, statues of gods, and various auspicious patterns. They are also masterpieces of Tibetan folk artists. Don’t think that the stone with the scriptures here is beautiful and take it away. Every stone has a Tibetan prayer. I don’t remember where I saw it. If you took the Mani pile on your own. The stone, this stone is definitely the evil thing. Ning is credible and has it~!
Still beautiful, just wrote the back and cool. Located 28 kilometers north of Daocheng County, an inconspicuous small pond on the road of Sangdui Town is covered with red water plants every autumn. Everyone calls it Red Grass. We passed in early September, and the red grass has just begun to turn red.
Here, we met a backpacker to take a ride, and then took the little boys to Litang together. There are always a large group of yaks on the road slowly moving on the road.
Passing through Haizi Mountain.
There is a small lake on the side of the road, reflecting the thick clouds, and it is not as beautiful as it is in the world.
A donkey is sunbathing.
In the distance is the rabbit ear mountain.
We are under the ear, have you seen it?
It’s cold and windy, so I can only take pictures like this.
遍地的牦牛。The yak everywhere.