If you’re attracted to older women you need to seriously up your game – drinks at a grotty man pub and some £4.99 supermarket flowers will be met with disdain. If she’s taking you out for dinner make sure your table manners are up to scratch. Think the theatre, the Booker prize and long country walks. It’s not quick or easy but then it’s not quicker or easy for her to have such great hair, make-up and style. Here’s just a few of the things you need to do to impress an older woman. If you’ve asked her out to dinner do not turn up with a coupon cut out of the local gazette offering a two for one deal at Wetherspoons. Don’t start without her (ahem), don’t talk with your mouth full of food and never be rude to the waiter. If all you want to do is talk about X Factor and burp the alphabet you’ve got the wrong girl. Don’t bore her with your money worries – yes, she has more than you and, yes, she’s spent a lot of it in Agent Provocateur so just tell her how beautiful she is. Don’t show her those pics of your ‘hilarious’ lads’ nights out. Be fun This means being able to make her laugh, feel gorgeous and like the centre of attention at all times. Sometimes a young man might not always find a girl his own age as attractive as some of the prime meat on offer. A young man thinks an older woman is sexually experienced, so make the most of it.
Thus, for example, adherents of the Bön religion and the supporters of the ancient noble families gradually came to find themselves in competition with the recently introduced Buddhism.
Upon the death of Langdarma, the last emperor of a unified Tibetan empire, there was a controversy over whether he would be succeeded by his alleged heir Yumtän (Yum brtan), or by another son (or nephew) Ösung (’Od-srung) (either 843–905 or 847–885).
Nyatri Tsenpo is considered by traditional histories to have been the first king of the Yarlung Dynasty, named after the river valley where it's capital city was located, circa fifty-five miles south-east from present-day Lhasa.
Nyatri Tsenpo is said to have descended from a one-footed creature called the Theurang, having webbed fingers and a tongue so large it could cover his face.
But the monkey was a manifestation of the bodhisattva Chenresig, or Avalokiteśvara (Tib.
Spyan-ras-gzigs) while the ogress in turn incarnated Chenresig's consort Dolma (Tib.
Tibet is nicknamed "the roof of the world" or "the land of snows".
Linguists classify the Tibetan language and its dialects as belonging to the Tibeto-Burman languages, the non-Sinitic members of the Sino-Tibetan language family.
Tibet lies between the core areas of the ancient civilizations of China and of India.