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Olmolungring and Gour: relation between the source and stream of Tibetan Bon religion and Persia

Sun Lin(Department of Nationality, Tibet College of Nationality, Xianyang, 712082)  
Bon religion is a rather characterized religion. The article discusses the source and stream of Tibetan Bon religion ideas from the perspective of comparative study of religion, relating that systematic Bon religion absorbed much from Persian religion ideas, especially its cosmology basically referred to Persian mode. The ideal construction of holy land Olmolungring in Bon religion is both influenced by Persian religion and also related to another key religion town Gour on the Silk Road, for the similarity between the mode of Gour and that of Olmolungring.
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