Tibet is a huge land known as Tibet plateau geographically and the population density is very low. The recent census indicates that the majority of the population in Tibet is Tibetans. The average density in Tibet is only 1.68km per square kilometers, whereas about ninety percent of the total populations are from primary sector.
Farmers live in the valleys of the Brahmaputra and its major tributaries Kyichu and Nyuangchu. This area produces barley, wheat, peas and ripen-seed. The greater northern grassland shares about half of Tibet territory is the home of nomads, yak, and sheep. There is no permanent residency for those nomads and they migrate from place to place with the change of the seasons. It is only about ten percent of the total Tibetans live in towns and many of them are businessmen, factory workers, and government official.
The ideology of Tibetan people differs greatly from any other nationality both at home as well as the world. Religion seems almost everything to Tibetans. Tibetan has very strongly belief in Karma and believes a better next life is more important than the present life. Every effort Tibetan strives is for a better next life. Tibetan people believe that it is important to accumulate deeds of virtue and pray for the final liberation and enlightenment. The elder has very busy life in their everyday life to practice Buddhism. The pious pilgrims from every corner of Tibet gathers at Jokhang temple, Barkhor street, Potala palace and every spiritual sites to offer their true heart and pray for the soul for every sentient being of the world to be liberated from sufferings.