Introduction of Tibet:
Located in a high mountain area in south western part, Tibet is province-level distractive region of China. Throughout history, Tibet is a self Governed and independent state. Tibet had theocratic Government for centuries that is governed by a religious leader (Buddhist Lamas or Monks). In 1959, Dalai Lama was the head of Tibet. In the name of Cultural Revolution Tibetan surrounded the place of Dalai Lama and he fled to India during a Tibetan revolted against Chinese control in the region. China took full control over Tibet in 1965 A.D replacing the theocracy with a communist administration.
The highest plateau on the earth, Tibet is also called the roof of the World which covers an area of 1,222,000 sq. kilometers. Southern part of Tibet is entirely occupied by the Himalayas, and many of the world’s highest summits are located in the main Himalayan Chain.
Lhasa is the administrative capital of Tibet. The Brahmaputra, The Sutlet, The Indus, The Ganges and some other rivers are originated from the Himalayas of Tibet. It usually has dry and cold climate with an average annual temperature. On a typical summer day, the temperature can rise from 5 degree before sunrise to 25 degree by the midday. Temperatures in Tibet are always fluctuating.