After Padmasambhava formed alliances with all the local Tibetan gods, he did not force them to accept Buddhist offerings. On the contrary, after he established Samye Monastery, the first practice he practiced was the smoke offering: the day the first Tibetan Buddhist monastery was established became the World Smoke Offering Day. (As an aside, this year's World Tobacco Supply Day is very close, July 13th.)
I heard a senior say last year, "Buddhist culture is a soft bond that binds people from different worldviews, cultures and nations." True, I think this is also industry email list the charm of Buddhism. Learning from the past should know the present: So, has Tibetan Buddhism started to interact with Taiwan's folk culture? 4 When Tibetan Buddhism came to Taiwan,
the more well-known and justifiable first-generation person should undoubtedly be Zhangjia Hutuktu. This is the second Tibetan before and after the leader of Tibetan Buddhism, and the second inside and outside. One of the four political and religious leaders of the Mongolian Communist Party, he also served as the first chairman of the Buddhist Association of China after he came to Taiwan.