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Everything You Need to Know About Kalachakra Mandala
The Kalachakra mandala is certainly perhaps the most attractive Thangka Painting and appreciated for the emblematic components that make it and the...
Wheel Of Life Thangka Meaning Explained
Thangka symbolizes culture, peace, and purity of art. It is a symbolic representation of Samsara (or cyclic existence) found on the outer wall of Tibetan Buddhist Temples and monasteries in the indo-Tibetan region. In Nepal, the Wheel of Life is kept in a simulated form or printed in the thangka. In the Mahayana Buddhist Tradition. It is believed that the drawing was designed by the Lord Buddha himself to help ordinary people understand the Buddha technique.
Meditation - Is it for me?
Whenever we hear the term "Meditation", we think this of Buddhist Work(not ours). Which is totally wrong. Yeah, some of we believe Meditation is fo...
Authentic Buddhist Mala, Prayer Bead - Benefits | How to Use
Buddhist Mala Beads are commonly known as a Prayer Beas or simply mala. Mala beads have been used for centuries for a religious beleifs. Beads trad...
Where to Buy Thangka Painting
Thangka is a Silk painting and weaving, normally showing a Buddhist god, acclaimed scene, or a mandala. The Thangka Painting is totally different t...
Thangka Painting: A Buddhist Art
What is Thangka Thangka is a Silk painting and weaving, normally showing a Buddhist god, acclaimed scene, or a mandala. The Thangka is totally diff...
Nepali Thangka Painting
Thangka Painting serves as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha. Nepali Thangka Painting acts as visual ads for focus concent...
Tibetan Thangka Secrets
Tibetan Thangkas are the symbolization of Tibetan Buddhist Art. It is believed that Lord Gautam Buddha first suggested drawing the art as an inscription for a code of conduct. 

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