Tibetan National Anthem

The current Tibetan National Anthem, known as Gyallu was written by Trijang Rinpoche and came into use around 1950. The first national anthem of Tibet was created in the 18th century by Pholanas.

Tibet's first national anthem was, according to Tashi Tsering, written by a famous Tibetan scholar, during the epoch of the seventh Dalai Lama and under the reign of the Pholanas in between 1745-1746.

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