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Tibetan Buddhist Deities Details
Thangka painting depicting Amitabha Buddha is also known as 'The Buddha of Immeasurable Light and Life. Amitabha was a king who renounced his throne to become a monk. 
Buddhist Statues and Stupas
A Tibetan Buddhist statue or rupa is a sacred Dharma support and a source of inspiration for your practice. It is believed that statues of the Bud...
MOTHERLY COMPASSION – GREEN TARA THANGKA
MOTHERLY COMPASSION DREULJANG (tib.) for Green Tara is the most popular form of the Taras, also known as Arya Tara or Vasya Tara. She i...
MANDALAS AND MEDITATION
In each structure, she takes an alternate tone — like Blue and Black — and offers alternate energy or uprightness to help one in one's profound way. Of these 21 Taras, the two most loved are White Tara and Green Tara
SAMSARA _ THE WHEEL OF LIFE
Samsara, The wheel of Life. When did someone asks what is mean by Samsara,  the answer can be abbreviated to "all existences that are ac...
PROTECTOR OF DHARMA
SIX ARMED MAHAKALA The six-armed Mahakala is related to the story of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion, which broke into thousands of...
History of Thangka Painting
Thangka Paintings Symbolizes the Buddhist Tibetan Culture. Here we discuss the History of Thangka Painting along with the Religious Importa...

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