Lhasa, which implies the “place of the gods”, is additionally the religious capital of Tibet, where Buddhist Guru Padmasambhava is said to have mystically nailed down the earth demoness and established the foundation of the Jokhang Temple over her heart. The tour visits the Potala Palace, which was the main residence of the Dalai Lama and is presently a gallery and a World Heritage Site. The structure estimates 400 meters east-west and 350 meters north-south, with inclining stone dividers that have copper filled into the foundation to help it against earthquakes. The castle has thirteen stories containing more than 1,000 rooms, 10,000 altars, and around 200,000 sculptures, and is arranged at 117 meters (384 ft) on the head of Marpo Ri, the “Red Hill”, rising in excess of 300 m (around 1,000 ft) altogether over the valley floor. It is grand and gives an amazing perspective on the valley.
Next, we visit the Norbulingka Palaces, which was worked by the seventh Dalai Lama and served both as an authoritative center and religious center, was additionally the summer royal residence of the Dalai Lama. Additionally a World Heritage site, the royal residence has what is viewed as the biggest man-made nursery in Tibet. Next, we visit the Tibet Museum, the official historical center of Tibet, which has a perpetual assortment of around 1000 relics identified with the social history of Tibet. Overnight at Hotel in Lhasa.