Religion of Tibet
Religion of Tibet is almost all Tibetans are Tibetan Buddhists, with the exception of few, who follow Islam and Christianity. Buddhism was introduced to Tibet in the 7th century. A unique feature of Tibetan Buddhism is the recognition of reincarnating Buddhas, which is not found in Chinese Buddhism. Like this belief, there are many other distinctive qualities and practices in Tibetan Buddhism. The four schools of Tibetan Buddhism are Nyingma, Kagyu, Sakya, and Gelug.
There are many monasteries in Tibet for religious activity. Tibetan Buddhism is also followed in countries like Bhutan, Mongolia and has spread to many Western countries because of the Tibetan Diaspora.