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 Tu's Sacrificial Altar

Tu people believe in Tibetan Buddhism and have their own special Buddhist behaviors, for example, they put scriptures in prayer wheels, recite scriptures once when turning a prayer wheel once, and turn the prayer wheel for three circles clockwise with a devout heart to pray for themselves.

Tu's Sacrificial Altar is divided into two stories, with an overall height of 9.8m. The first story is 6m tall and the second 3.8m. It is 42m wide from south to north and 15.8m long from east to west. It is a place where Tu people conduct heaven worship, ancestor worship, Family God worship, Arrow of God worship and other large-scale sacrificial activities.

"Qian" is a kind of typical Tibetan-style god dance. "Wutu" is the ancient name of tiger, so the dance is called "tiger dance". Tu's Wutu is one of the living fossils of Chinese ethnic people's folk dances. "Bo" is also called "biangbiang", because when Buddhist priests are dancing, they would hold a single-face fan-shaped sheepskin drum and knock on the surface of the drum, with the sound of "biangbiang". Tu people call it "Bo", meaning "sorcerer's dance in a trance". "Bo" presents a kind of traditional folk activity of Tu and is one of the grandest folk traditional religious programs in the local area.

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