Top Ten useful Tibetan Phrases
Tibetan is one of the richest languages in the world.
The origins of Tibetan language can be traced back to Sanskrit in India during the 7th century.
Tibetan alphabet is composed by the minister Thonmi Sambota during the 33rd King Srongtsen Gampo's time.
Even the deep teachings of Buddha are translated very well in Tibetan so that shows the profoundness of Tibetan language.
The language places the biggest role so to preserve the Tibetan language is very important.
After meeting many beautiful Travelers around the world in Tibet, one thing we have found important is many Travelers are asking us about how to say this in Tibetan and how to say that in Tibetan, we would like to Thank those Travelers for your love towards Tibet.
Today's article Tibet Travelers would like to share the Top Ten Useful Tibetan Phrases.
One of the most important and useful phrases in every language is the Greetings.
1. Hello and also Greetings
2. How are you?
Dey Po Yin Pay?
3. Good Bye ( There is 2 way to say this in Tibetan )
One is when you are going and another person is staying.
Ga Lay Shu
Another is when someone is going and you are staying.
Ga Lay Pay
4. What is your Name?
Rang Kyi Ming La Ka Ray Serkyi Yo?
5. Where is the Bathroom?
Sang Choe Ka Par Yo Rey?
6. I Love Tibet
Nga Bod La Gyapo Yo
7. You are Beautiful
Kye Rang Zepo Duk
8. Hot Water, Cold Water
Chu Tsapo, Chu Drangmo
9. This is Very Good
De Yak Po Duk
10. How much it cost?
Ka Tso Rey?
Above Pronunciation is based on Tibet Travelers way of expressing Tibetan in English. We hope above Top Ten Tibetan Phrase will make things easier for Travelers while traveling in Tibet and also local Tibetans would love to hear few Tibetan Phrases from Travelers as a sign of love for Tibet.
Normally Tibet Travelers Tour Guide will share few Tibetan Phrases with our Travelers while traveling together in Tibet.
Tibet Travelers would like to share these Top 10 phrases in advance.
Tibet Travelers will also do best to share more Tibetan phrases in future articles.
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