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[自然百科] 2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

 


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  Guge -The Lost Kingdom of Tibet | 藏地密码之 《古格-消失的西藏王朝》
 

 一个曾经盛极一时的文明,一个西藏佛教的黄金时代。《古格:消失的西藏王朝》深入探讨这个有七百年历史 的王国如何在一夕间瓦解崩落的原因与过程,为您揭开隐藏在其背后的秘辛。西藏西部的札布让是世界上最与世隔绝的地区之一,古格文明曾经在此地生根茁壮,西藏佛教的黄金时期便在西元十世纪发源於此。这个强大 帝国何以在十七世纪中叶突然消失,是因为西方传教士吗?或是因为两兄弟间的争权夺利?整个古城为什么荒废了?最近在当地发现的无头尸究竟真实身分为何? 

 

American archaeologist John Bellezza joins Tibetan historian Tsering Gyalpo in telling the story of how the Guge Kingdom came to flourish and then collapse. Using reenactments, the story features the riches and opulence of the Royal Family, and the collapse from the King's brother encouraging the Ladakhis to attack in the early 1600s.

 

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[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From the 11th century, Kashmir, part of the Ladakh and much of the northeast India were being converted to Islam. For the next 300 years, Islam spread throughout most of the Indian subcontinent. As the Muslims advanced, they sacked Buddhist temples and persecuted the development. Artists, scholars and monks fled in fear. And it was Guge that they fled to, because here they found sanctuary.
Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons. One was the fulfillment of the dream of the Tibetan emperors, the other was the need of the intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home. Guge was able to cater to both.
And with these devotees came artisans, leading to explosions of creativity. Frescoes hidden across the ancient Guge ruins offer the glimpse of these heyday times. Not unlike Medici Florence during the Renaissance, foreign artists from across the Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art, and here influenced each other, copying and fusing styles, ultimately creating an entirely new direction in art: the Guge school.
For me one of the most stunning things about these murals is just a sheer diversity they hold in terms of union culture. They depict peoples from all over the Buddhist world. All of the cultures within the orbit of Guge are there, in these murals.
The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area have helped make these murals some of the best preserved in Asia. It is argued that the Guge Kingdom's commitment to Buddhism and the influx of refugee follows were such a powerful force Tibetan Buddhism may never have survived without it.

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[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From 11 century, Kashmir, part of Ladakh and much of northeast India were being converted to Islam. For the next 300 years, Islam spread throughout most of the Indian subcontinent. As the Muslims advanced, they sacked Buddhist temples and persecuted the development. Artists, scholars and monks fled in fear. And it was Guge that they fled to, because here they found sanctuary. -Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons. One was the fulfillment of the dream of the Tibetan emperors. The other was the need of intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home. Guge was able to cater to both.
And with these devotees came artisans, leading to explosion of creativity. Fresco was hidden across the ancient Guge ruins, offering us a glimpse of these heyday times. Not unlike Medici Florence during the Renaissance, foreign artists from across the Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art, and here influenced each other, copying and fusing styles, ultimately creating and entirely new direction in art, the Guge School.
-For me, one of the most stunning things about these murals is just a sheer diversity they hold in terms of human culture. They depicted peoples from all over the Buddhist world. All of the cultures within the orbit of Guge are there in these murals.
The dry mountain air and the remoteness of this area have helped make these murals some of the best preserved in Asia. It is argued that the Guge kingdom's commitment to Buddhism and the influx of refugee followers were such a powerful force. Tibetan Buddhism may never have survived without it.

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[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From the 11th century, Kashimir, part of the Ladakh and much of the * India were being converted to Islam. For the next 300 years, Islam spread throughout most of Indian subcontinent. As the Muslims advanced, they sacked Buddhist temples and persecuted its development. Artists, scholars and monks fled in fear and it was Guge that they fled to, because here they found sanctuary. Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons: one was the fulfillment of the dream of the Tibetan emperors; the other was the need of the intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home. Guge was able to cater to both.
And with these devotees came artisans, leading to explosion of creativity. Frescos hidden across the ancient Guge ruins offer us a glimpse of these heyday times. Not unlike Medici Florence during the Renaissance, foreign artists from across Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art, and here influenced each other, copying and fusing styles, ultimately creating an entirely new direction in art, the Guge School. For me the one of most stunning things about these murals is just the sheer diversity they hold in terms of union culture. They depicted people's from all over the Buddhist world, all of the culures within the orbit of Guge are there in these murals.
The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area have help to make these murals some of best preseved in Asia. It is argued that the Guge Kingdom's commitment to Buddhism and influx of refugee followers were such a powerful force Tibetan Buddhism may never have survived without it.


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From the 11th century, Kashmir, part of Ladakh, and much of northeast India were being converted to Islam. For the next 300 years, Islam spread throughout most of the Indian subcontinent. As the Muslim advanced, they sacked Buddhist temples and persecuted the developed. Artists, scholars and monks fled in fear. And it was Guge that they fled to because here they found sanctuary.

Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons. One was the fulfilment of the dream of the Tibetan emperors. The other was the need of the intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home. Guge was able to cater to both.

And with these devotees came artisans, leading to explosion of creativity. Fresco is heading across the ancient Guge ruins, offers a glimpse of these heady times. Not unlike Medici Florence during the renaissance, foreign artists from across the Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art and here influenced each other, copying and fusing styles, ultimately creating an entirely new direction in art--the Guge School.

For me, one of the most stunning things about these murals is just a sheer diversity they hold in terms of human culture. They depict people from all over the Buddhist world, all of the cultures, within the orbit of Guge are there in these murals.

The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area have helped make these murals some of the best preserved in Asia. It is argued that the Guge kingdom's commitment to Buddhism and the influx of refugee followers were such a powerful force. Tibetan Buddhism may never have survived without it.

[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From the eleventh century, Kashmir, part of Ladakh, and much of the north-east India were being converted to Islam. For the next three hundred years, Islam spread through out most of the Indian sub-continent. As the Muslim advanced, they sacked Buddhism temples and persecuted the devout, artists, scholars and monks. Fled in fear, and it was Guge that they fled to, because here they found sanctuary. Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons, one was the fulfillment of the dream of the Tibetan emperors, the other was the need of the intellectual community in Indian to find a safe and secure home. Guge was able to cater to both.
And with these devotees came artisans, leading to explosion of creativity. Schools hidden across the Guge ruins, offers a glimpse of this heady times. Not unlike Muddichi Florence during the Renaissance, foreign artists from across the Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art. And here, influenced each other, copying infusing styles ultimately creating an entirely new direction in art, the Guge school.
For me that one of the most stunning things about these murals is just a sheer diversity they hold in terms of human culture. They depict people from all over the Buddhist world, all of the cultures within the orbit of Guge are there in these murals.
The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area have helped to make these murals some of the best preserved in Asia.
It is argued that the Guge kingdom's commitment to Buddhism and the influsive refugee follows were such a powerful force. Tibetan Buddhism may never have survived without it.





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[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From eleven century,Kashmir,part of the Ladakh.and much of north-east India,were been converted to Islam,for the next three hundred years,Islam spreaded through out most of the Indian sub-continent,as the Muslim advanced,they sacked Buddhist Temples and persecuted... artists and scholars and monks flaied in fear and it was Guge didn't they flay to because here they found century.Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons,one was the forfeel meet dream of Tibetan emperors,the other was the need of intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home,Guge was able to cater to both.
And with Islam rootings,is came artisans,leading to exloration
of creativity,frescoes heaten the cross ancient Gegu ruins ,offer the climes    of this heady times,not unlike Medici Florcence doing Renaissances,foreign artists from across the Buddihism well brought their earliest think of art styles,and here influenced each other,copying and fusing styles,ultimately creating a entire new direction in art,the Guge school.
For me the one of the most staring things about these murals.It is just share  diversity they hold and turned  to be culture people from all Buddhist world all of the cultures was in the orbit of Guge,are there,in these murals.
The dry mountain air in this remote area have heiped to make these murals some
of the best reserved in Asia,It just argue that the Guge kingdoms commitment to Buddhism and was a such a powerful force.Tibet Buddihism may have never survived without it.








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[Homework]2013-11-25 古格:消失的西藏王朝—13

From eleven century,Kashmia,part of the Ladakh,and much of the north-east Indiawere being converted to Islam,for the next three hundred years,Islam spread throughout most of Indian subcontinent.As the Muslim advanced,they sacked the Buddhism temples and persecuted the development,artists,scholars and monks fled in fear and it was Guge did they fled to.because here they found sanctuary.
Buddhism flourished in Guge for two reasons,one was the fullfillment of the dream of Tibetan emperors,the other was the need of intellectual community in India to find a safe and secure home,Guge was able to cater to both.And with these devotees came artisans,leading to explosion of creativity,frescoes hidden across the ancient ruins,offer the glimpse of these heyday times,not unlike Medici Florence during the renaissances,foreign artist from accross the Buddhist world brought their own distinctive style of art,and here influenced each other,copying and fusing styles,ultimately creating an entirely new direction in art-the Guge school.
For me the one of the most stunning things about these murals.It is just a sheer diversity they hold in terms of union culture.They depict peoples from all over the Buddhist world,all of the cultures was in the orbit of Guge,are there,in these murals.
The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area have helped to make these murals some of the best preserved in Asia.It is just argue that the Guge kingdoms commitment to Buddhism and influx of refugee followers were such a powerful force.Tibetan Buddism may never have survived without it.


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From 11 century, Kashmir, part of the dank, and much of northeast India, were being in converted to Islam. For the next 300 years, Islam spread throughout most of the India subcontinent. As the Muslim advised, the sacked Buddha’s temples and persecuted the //, artists, scholars and monks fled in fear. And it was Guge that they fled to, because here they found center.

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For mean the one of the most astonishing things about this murals, is just the sheer diversity they hold in terms of human culture. They depict peoples from all over the Buddhist world, all of the cultures, with scene the orbit of Guge are there in this murals.

The dry mountain air and remoteness of this area, have hold to make this murals some of the best reserved in Asia. It is argued that the Guge kingdom’s converted them to Buddhism and the influx of refugee followers was such powerful force. Tibet Buddhism may never have survived without it.
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