Jiangling War is a historical story in the epic "the biography of King Gesar", which tells the story of the king of Jiang's Satan sent troops to invade the salt sea on which the Ling Kingdom was founded, and Gesar counterattacked for 9 years. Finally, Gesar becomes a fish swimming in the middle of the sea, King Satan swims in the sea, drinking water when the fish into the belly, Gesar becomes a thousand spokes to kill Sadan, conquer Jiangguo.
Sedar Town is a little less visible town. However, it is a good choice for free travelers to rest and relax. There is also a "Sedar Gesar Cultural Museum" to visit. In front of the Agricultural Bank of China in Golden Horse Square, there are buses to the Seda Wuming Buddha College and the Seda Celestial Burial Platform. We started the bus before 9 am. Private carpooling also has. It is recommended to take the bus to the Buddhist College first, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. is the ceremony of the Celestial Burial Platform. There is also a 4-5 km distance between Seda Wuming Buddha College and Seda Celestial Burial Platform. This distance is not easy to wait for the car. We are walking.
Gesar painted stone in the Seda Gesar Museum, to see "Gesar painted stone." This is a unique art form that combines the stone carving technique with traditional painting, belongs to the traditional Tibetan folk art, is a kind of relic of Tibetan Gesar culture, and is also one of the national intangible cultural heritage.
The Serta County Gesar Museum in the Serta County Gesar Museum you can deeply experience how as a Tibetan people, their heroes of the world Gesar King proud. Gesar (about 1038 AD 1119), was sung by Tibetans, forming the world's longest oral epic, "Gesar King Biography." In the Tibetan legend, King Gesar is the incarnation of God son Tuibayaowa, Yangshan punishes evil, Yangshan Buddhism, spread culture, all his life steed horses, surrendered demons, fought against the riots, fought in the south and north, unified more than 150 tribes in his life, and established the "Ling State".
When you first come to the Gesar Cultural Museum, you must chew the introductions carefully, because they are familiar and strange. Many of them need to be looked at carefully. The King Gesar is the embodiment of the Lotus Master in Tibetan legend, and the proud hero of the Tibetans. This seating image is rarely seen.