Showing posts with label Ecosystem. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ecosystem. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

What Changed Tibet Today

What Changed Tibet Today
A journey to a mysterious Himalaya snow land and its unique Vajrayana Buddhism and the threatening culture. Tibetan culture and identity is inseparably linked to Tibetan Buddhism. 

October 1950 nearly 70 years after the invasion of China, the Chinese government has changed the iron hand, at least in public, with the silk gloves of the economical modernization. The carrot has replaced the bat, as the development could end with the Tibetans accepting the facts valid since 1951. 
The autonomous province, with estimated 3-4 million Tibetans and about four times bigger than France, has changed in the last 15 years. The mighty Potala palace, winter residence of His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama since the 17th century, has remained approximately unchanged. But Lhasa has changed.

These days, large parts of the city of Lhasa has changed rapidly and increasingly like any modern Chinese city, with hundreds of old buildings and villages knocked down to make way for new shopping malls and apartments for immigrants. 

Nowadays, the Tibetans have to adjust and adapt to a new flood of arrivals of domestic and foreign tourists, after China opened a new train route across the high altitude Tibetan Plateau, from  Xining to Lhasa in 2006.
Tibet today

Tourists flying high to ‘the roof of the world'
The Tibet region’s airports received 3.15m visitors last year and the number of tourists has grown by as much as 30 per cent each year

Tibet is rich in tradition and  Tibetans lifestyles that have changed over the generations. It is also a modern country with many urban Tibetans living busy city lives. Communications are very important for Tibetans and the use of mobile phones and the internet is extensive, including in some of the most remote parts of Tibet. 
Lhasa, the capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, is one of 24 famous historical and cultural cities declared by the China State Council. In recent years, Tibet's tourism has expanded rapidly, especially after the completion of Qingzang Railway.

Tourism is the new engine power tool for development in Tibet. Tibet received more than 20 million tourists for the first time in 2015, representing 190-per cent growth from five years ago. Tourism revenue reached 28.19 billion yuan (£3.42 billion) in the same year, equal to 27.5 percent of Tibet's GDP.

By 2020, estimated there will be 240 million tourists coming to Lhasa, generating 29.8 billion yuan in tourism revenue. Besides, Lhasa will become the only one International tourist, cultural city of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.  
Statistics from Lhasa's tourism Bureau
  1. In 2006 -2007 Tibet received 7 million tourists, including 1 million foreigners. Tibet has generated a tourism income of 2.29 billion Chinese yuan.
  2. In 2010, Tibet received 6.85 million tourists from home and abroad, generating revenues of 7.14 billion yuan, 14 percent of its total GDP.
  3. In 2011 -2012 Tibet received 19 million domestic and foreign tourists.
  4. In 2015 Tibet received more than 20 million domestic and foreign tourists.
  5. In first half of 2016 Tibet received a record of 6.8 million tourists domestic and foreign tourists. Tourism revenue during the period increased by 32.1 percent year on year to 7 billion yuan ($1.05 billion), according to a statement issued by the regional tourism development commission. 
By 2020, there will be 240 million tourists coming to Lhasa, generating 29.8 billion yuan in tourism revenue. Besides, Lhasa will become the only one International tourist, cultural city of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
China's One Belt One Road Initiative (BRI)
Navigating a world of new opportunities through China's One Belt One Road Initiative (BRI)
Bridging the 'infrastructure gap' in Asia and beyond. The Belt and Road Initiative is expected to bridge the infrastructure gap and thus accelerate and infrastructure-driven economic growth across the Asia Pacific area and Central and Eastern Europe. 

What is Tibet and China’s 'one belt and one road initiative?
In more recent times, China’s “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) policy – China plan to expand the reach of Chinese trade routes to Europe through a land route in Central Asia and a sea route through the Indian Ocean and around the horn of Africa – has taken center stage as a cornerstone of modern Chinese foreign policy. Access to Pakistan and Central Asia are crucial to ensure the success of these trade routes, which incidentally must start or pass through Tibet.

China’s railway expansion in Tibet. China announced plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020. China opened its 1,142 km railway line from Golmud in its Qinghai province to Tibet’s capital Lhasa in 2006. 
The 253 km Lhasa-Shigatse link, which includes 13 stations with altitudes ranging from 3,600 to 4,000 metres, is the largest investment project in the Tibet Autonomous Region in the 12th Five-Year Plan.

The Economist in June this year, published a report about over 7.5 million passengers rode the railway from Golmud to Lhasa in 2013 alone — more than the entire population of Tibet itself.  China will spend about $17.6 billion for a second rail link to northwestern Xinjiang, Uighur, its major coal production region near Tibet.

Monday, September 25, 2017

A Spiritual Journey To Our Holy Land - Tibet

A spiritual journey to our holy land - Tibet . Tibet is our holy land and heaven on earth.

Tibet is one of the most beautiful, standout and purest places on the planet,, Tibet is otherwise called  “The roof of the world” because of its tallness that is around 4000 meters over the sea level. 

Tibet’s tourism is presently counted in the most popular tourisms on the planet as not just the people from neighboring countries seem to visit Tibet, but from everywhere throughout the world, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to this region that has the highest plateau on the earth’s surface.

Lhasa, The Potala Palace 
There are a number of amazing places that come in the list of “must visit places in Tibet”, the ideal trip that covers most of the places is from Lhasa to Kailash via EBC (Everest base camp) that generally takes 16 to 18 days to complete the tour. 
Typically the most of the Tibet tours start from Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet self-governing region. Here, in Lhasa, many remarkable palaces and temples are there that are amazingly great and worth-visiting on a Tibet tour. 

Lhasa is more than 1300 years old and lies on the northern slopes of the Himalaya Mountains, that makes this place more celebrated. This city is extremely influential in spiritual aspects, not just because of the pure, natural and magnificent beauty but also because of the Tibet’s old culture and sacred atmosphere.
The Holy Mount Kailash 
Another iconic place of the Himalayas is the Mount Kailash that is honored as one of the most sacred places in the world and is situated around 22,000 ft above sea level. In Hindu mythology, it is believed that the Mount Kailash is the home of Lord Shiva. 

A number of monasteries and great places fall along the route to Mt Kailash. The Mansarovar lake which is 18 miles from the Mount Kailash, is one of the greatest lakes in the world, its holy water provides spiritual benefits, but it takes a willingness to take a dip in the ice-cold water of the lake. 
Samye Monastery - First Monastery Built In Tibet
Located in the quiet piedmont area of the Shannan Region, the Samye Monastery is the first monastery built in Tibet and the first complete with the three Buddhist jewels of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. With these unique features, this splendid monastery has become an attraction for visitors from near and far.

The monastery was built by the Trisong Detsen (reigned 742-798) of the Tubo Kingdom and was presided over by the Buddhist master Padmasambhava. The Detsen contributed a lot to the project. First, it was said the name (meaning surprise in Tibetan) originated from an exclamation he made. 

When the monastery was completed, Detsen took part in the foundation ceremony and then ordained seven descendants of blue blood to cultivate in the monastery. They became the first group of monks to live at the monastery and later the so-called 'Seven Enlighten Disciples of Samye'. Since then, Buddhism had become widespread within Tibet and forms a branch of splendid culture. Now, the monastery is listed as one of the cultural relics of national importance under the protection of the state.
Yamdrok Lake
Yamdrok lake is one of the three largest sacred lakes in Tibet. It is over 72 km (45 miles) long. The lake is surrounded by many snow-capped mountains and is fed by numerous small streams. The lake does have an outlet stream at its far western end. Around 90km to the west of the lake lies the Tibetan town of Gyantse and Lhasa is a hundred km to the northwest. According to local mythology, Yamdrok Lake is the transformation of a goddess.

Yamdrok Lake, has a power station that was completed and dedicated in 1996 near the small village of Pai-Ti at the lake western end. This power station is the largest in Tibet. The lake with an area of 621 square kilometers and the unknown depth is fan-shaped, spreading to the South but narrowing up to the North. 

The mountainous lake has a dozen of islands, the largest of which is about 3,000 square kilometer. The lake freezes up in winter. Like mountains, lakes are considered sacrosanct by the Tibetan people, the principle being that they are the dwelling places of protective deities and therefore invested with special spiritual powers.

There are shoals of fish living in Yamdrok Yumtso lake, which are commercially exploited by local population. From April to October, fish caught from this lake are sold at markets in Lhasa. Besides, the lake's islands serve as rich pasture land to local herdmen.
North Everest Base Camp
North Base Camp is in Tibet at 5,150 metres (16,900 ft)These camps are rudimentary campsites on Mount Everest that are used by mountain climbers during their ascent and descent. South Base Camp is used when climbing via the southeast ridge, while North Base Camp is used when climbing via the northeast ridge.

The North Base Camp has vehicle access (at least in the summer months). Climbers typically rest at base camp for several days for acclimatization to reduce the risks and severity of altitude sickness.

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Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migratory from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The incredibly isolated Tibetan Monastery of Himalayan – Phuktal Gonpa

The extraordinary yet incredibly isolated Tibetan Monastery of Himalayan – Phuktal Gonpa 

Phuktal Gonpa is a Buddhist monastery located in the remote Lungnak Valley of Zanskar and a home to somewhere in the range of 100 monks in the self-ruling Himalayan district of Ladakh, Northern India.  

Hidden away in the remote southeastern Zanskar region, high in the Himalayas, lies Phugtal Gompa, chiseled out of the cliff face of a massive gorge some 3,800 meters (12,500 ft) up. 

Built around a natural cave believed to have been visited by important sages, scholars and translators, researchers and interpreters starting around two thousands years back. 
Rather amazingly, though the structure is made of mud bricks, stones, and wood, it has survived hundreds of years.

Among the earliest residents of Phuktal cave were the 16 “Arhats” or legendary followers of Buddha, whose images appear on the cave’s walls.  

The great Indian master, Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava and Phakspa Nestan Dusdan are said to have resided in the cave.  Milarespa’s teacher Lama Marpa also stayed in the Phuktal cave.  
The extraordinary structure was established in the 12th century by Lama Gangsem Sherap Sampo. A disciple of Gelug founder Tsongkhapa.

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migratory from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Live for it – Epic Journey

Live for it – Epic Journey 

In order to live for it , we must go for it.

Life is a journey that one should paying a notable heed to how extreme and outrageous the path could be. 

Sometimes uneventful will reliably be a serendipitous and astounding us completely, yet on the other hand when so frequently in the event that we have everything under an extensive measure of control, we are literally and essentially can't move rapidly and swiftly.
Do whatever it takes not to judge others how they have chosen their journey, in the event that you haven’t walked the comparative way yourself. 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migratory from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Did you know where is the highest Monastery in the world?

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Did you know where is the highest Monastery in the world?  

This is a very thrilling and yet seem to be not many people know exactly where is the world most highest monastery ever built on earth! 

The world most highest temple is located in the "roof of the world” Himalayas . The highest monastery's titled was professed by: The Rongbuk Monastery. 
Rongbuk monastery located remotely in the northern region of Mount Everest with an altitude of five thousand meters [16, 404 feet] above the sea level and this claimed to be the highest ever known or discovered monastery in the world.  Rongbuk Monastery was built in the early 18 century. 

The sacred temple was................

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Aspiration For Bodhichitta

For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migratory from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The charming and exquisite blue goddess of Tibetan Plateau.

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The charming and exquisite blue goddess of Tibetan Plateau. 

What will be your first image or picture of Tibet? A mysterious, yet exceptionally spectacular breathtaking snow mountain of Himalaya? or, the prominent and perspectives of the Tibetan herdsmen with their livestock? 
All things considered, these are the exceptionally conventional reception from people in general. Honestly, it was the characteristic natural world in the Himalaya mountain. Let take a look at this astoundingly yet brilliantly beautiful flowers of the Tibetan plateau. The native of the Himalayas, they called it as the beautiful blue goddess of Poppy.  

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Cry of the Tibetan Herders

Facing the uncertainty tend to produce certain predictable fears.

• Fear of the Unknown
• Fear of Failure
• Fear of Abandonment 
• Fear of Culture and heritage disappearing

To be truthful, there are many fears and uncertainty what lies ahead of the  Tibetan world.” Fear of an uncertain future and all this related fears can stop us from doing great things, and it can keep us holding onto things that are hurting us.  Fear does not make us strong, instead it makes us weak and incapable of function our minds and thoughts in a right direction. 
In Tibet, an estimated 2 - 3 million Tibetan herders live with their herds in the northern and eastern regions of the plateau. Tibetan herders have lived for centuries in the high grasslands of Central Asia, yet many development programs are currently transforming their lives. Tibetan herders face uncertain future and the traditional herder is fast vanishing by one of the main assumptions of PRC policy, China
Many people’s lives are dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism. Religious customs are part of everyday life, from chanting mantras and prostrating in a local square to walking the ‘kora’ around a temple or sacred site. China wishes to control and limit Tibetan Buddhism in order to weaken Tibetan identity and strengthen its control over Tibet.

Monks and nuns also face restrictions on their practise and China’s military put on shows of force at religious events. Access to important pilgrimage sites is restricted and many sacred lakes and mountains have been dammed and mined without Tibetans' consent.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Shakyamurni Buddha Day Coinciding with Partial Solar Eclipse

Tadyata Om Muni Muni Maha Muniye Soha
September 13, 2015 is the new moon day and it’s the Shakyamurni Buddha day according to the Tibetan calendar. On this day, the auspicious Buddha day is coinciding with a natural phenomenon as follows:-
  1. Shakyamurni Buddha new moon Prayer Day. 
  2. Partial solar eclipse.
  3. [The maximum eclipse is at 06.55 GMT, with a magnitude of 0.788.It is visible from Southern Africa, Southern Indian ocean and Antarctica]
On this day,  the effects of  positive or negative actions are said to be multiplied by * Hundred million times during Solar and lunar eclipses according to the Vajrayana Buddhism. If you have committed a positive good action, and you will be blessed with the positive Hundred million times of positive Karma actions, but if one has committed the negative actions and it will be multiplied by Hundred million times of bad and negative action. 
The power of prayer is well known over centuries and in all different religious beliefs. According to Buddhism, the world in which we live and all that happens to us is a result of our past actions. Past harmful actions create unhappy results and skillful actions create happy results. 
           Tadyata Om Muni Muni Maha Muniye Soha
One way to purify obstacles we experience due to our past harmful action is through prayers and pujas. A puja is a special ceremony in which prayers are offered to the Buddhas to request their blessings or invoke their help. But most importantly, making prayers and offerings to the enlightened beings, and to the Sangha community generates and increases merit, our positive potential. Merit is needed to have success in all activities. 
Shakyamurni Buddha's holy sacred relics.
Pujas are performed to avert and clear the three types of obstacles which arise due to the lack of merit, which prevent us from achieving our worldly and spiritual goals. Removing these obstacles will help us to achieve happiness and good fortune in all our activities.

How to request a Puja
While some prayers are of universal benefit, there are others that help with specific problems. It is always advisable to ask a lama or other knowledgeable person for advice on what puja is suitable for one's specific situation or problem.
        Shakyamurni Buddha's holy sacred finger relic

There are three types of obstacles:
  1. Affecting our  day to day life,relationships, business, and finances. 
  2. Affecting mental and physical health in the form of strong emotions, confusion, and associated physical problems.
  3. Obstructing the attainment of wisdom, experienced as difficulties in Dharma practice.
Pujas can be performed for various purposes:
  1. To help pacify their mind, and decrease fear during the time of death.
  2. To bless and guide their mind to a higher state of rebirth and liberation. 
  3. To remove obstacles to mental and physical health.
  4. To remove obstacles to success in all activities, be they worldly or spiritual.
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Nagarjuna's Dedication of Merit
So nam di yi tham chay zig pa nyi

Thob nay nye pa'i dra nam pham jay nay

Kye ga na chi'i ba lab thrug pa yi

Si pa'i tso lay dro war drol war shog.



Nagarjuna's Dedication of Merit [English translation]

By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.

Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.           With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.







Friday, February 27, 2015

A Little Kindness Will Never Star Late

At morning, this is my little offering of  water and food for the birds at my Apartment balcony . Your little kindness will never start late.

One of the best ways to enjoy wildlife in the comfort of your home is to watch birds at a feeder. You'll be amazed at the variety of birds that will come to your feeder throughout the year.

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Dedication of merits

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Friday, November 7, 2014

A natural divine

Flower a gift from the universe, many people who always regarded it just for pleasing their eyes or simply they don't appreciate it very much. Me too, a person who don't really treasure flowers as a gift from the universe, to me, it's just for decoration, functions, rituals or for the sick and dead ceremonies.
Why I had changed my perceptions lately? I am sometimes, some kind of stressed that relates to my works and perhaps life, and all this will create obstacles to the daily spiritual and well beings.
I turn my focus towards to a natural divine assistance to eradicate emotion disturbances. A beautiful flower by its natural beauty has its divine power to heal and nurture oneself, not because of it sweet and sticky fragrance, but rather it beauty that matter most.
By looking or focusing on it and you may experience your disturbing thoughts or will simultaneously have vanished and within that short moments of times I can be free from my stress, free from my anxiety and my spirits have been blessed and a magical message has been transmitted to me.
A beautiful flower will someday be fading away and no matter how much good and bad you are conquering now and one day, all will soon be gone and faded like a flower itself.
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Dedication of merits
May those who read and sharing of this blog's information be peaceful and joyful. May the Buddha Dharma be flourished and the merits will be dedicated to the sentient beings

Thursday, October 23, 2014

A Pearl of the Himalayan Part 2

Today the journey continues to the pearl of the Himalayas, The pearl is referring to a nearby village called the Sama Village is also located nearby the Nubri Valley. Sama Village is another untouched beautiful heaven on earth, and perhaps it is one of the world greatest natural Paradise, and the ecosystem is highly endangered and should be preserved and free from contamination.  Sama Village of the Nubri Valley is truly a beautiful garden of Paradise with the uniquely green house of plantation and wild flowers are blossomed everywhere, many beautiful butterflies, bees, insects like the little angels are cast with their natural magical spell at the entire valley. 
The natural awesome pictures of this article will certainly bring you to the Pureland that almost everyone  will fall in love with it . If we do not treasure and appreciate these magnificent jewels of the nature and one day all this will soon be destroyed by our owned hands. It's never been too late to protect our mother nature, and it always starts with us to educate our next generation the importance of how  mother nature that she is nurturing us  from billions of years ago. 

Monday, October 20, 2014

A Pearl of the Himalayan Part 1

Tibet is a mysterious pearl of the Himalayan or Paradise on earth, not only because of its traditional mystery threatening culture, its lifestyle and unique Tibetan Buddhism alone have strongly inspired many people in the western world today.  A classical iconic person will be the Nobel Prize winner the 14th Dalai Lama , who is effortlessly carrying his message of universal love, compassion and non violent to the different ethnic of people, religions, culture. 

The journey continues to the pearl of the Himalayas, a beautiful heaven on earth, and this is the world greatest natural Paradise, and the ecosystem is highly endangered and should be preserved and free from contamination. 
The natural awesome pictures of this article will certainly bring you to the Pureland that almost everyone  will fall in love with it . If we do not treasure and appreciate these magnificent jewels of the nature and one day all this will soon be destroyed by our owned hands. It's never been too late to protect our mother nature, and it always starts with us to educate our next generation the importance of how  mother nature that she is nurturing us  from billions of years ago. 

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Himalaya Wild Flowers Part 6

Nubri valley of the Himalayan is a valley that nurtured by the power of mother earth, a place with many wildlife, huge greenery plantation farms that located in the low attitudes area, this played an important role in the ecosystems and also the main survivals income in the villages.

                      When the arrival of spring season, the valley will be completely surrounded by the wild flowers, some flowers  that are spectacularly beautiful and colorful, and some are surprisingly  or extremely rare species that many foreigners may not have known to them. This is one of the particular and it is the first time of seeing this worldly thing.


Colorful and beautiful flowers that certainly some are totally outshine the others, but then again it is the natural wonders have turned it into a world of beauty.  Each individual will have its own category of beauty. Nubri valley  a truly the splendorous heaven, a valley that is mysterious and yet with its natural beauty and magnificent stunning signature features.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Himalayan Wild Flowers Part 5

As I mentioned earlier, the Nubri valley of the Himalayan snow land has completely transformed it into a Paradise on earth and everywhere you can see the transformation of life is welcoming the arrival of spring season. Many wild flowers have already been blossomed with spectacularly beautiful and colorful.Some flowers have magically transformed it into a cheery red and pink angelic color and some are totally outstanding or outshine the others beauties, it is the complexity of natural spirits that have turned it into a beauty contest. Each contestant will have its own category of wonders and beauty.
This is one of the purple yellowish beauty contestant, it certainly takes your negative minds away when you try to look closer perhaps, you may try to catch it fragrance or  just like the butterfly is trying  to extract it sweet and sticky honey .
This is another very beautiful contestant with it truly purple colors, purple is represents an elegant yet very stylistic elements.
Yellow, a color of honour used in addressing or referring to a member of a royal family. Your Majestic, and your Royal Highness are those phrases that nothing more can be best described. Throughout the human history, a yellow color is always represented to the royal kingdoms, the power and the majesty of the monarchy.
This is an awesome ornament red hot pinky the perfect ornamentations crown of jewels. The supreme nature is making a stunning creatures and seeded it at the right ecosystem and unique perfect environment in the land of the mysterious Himalayan. 

More story of the Himalayan wild flowers will be coming up in part 6.