Transmitting Buddhist sacred art and ritual skills in Arizona
Modern Kadampa Buddhism

Transmitting Buddhist sacred art and ritual skills in Arizona

In Kadampa communities worldwide, the tradition of transmitting and skills thrives, as new practitioners embark on learning to create images and craft Buddhist .

In Arizona, twenty-two budding at Kadampa Center in Tucson experienced the profound process of drawing Buddha images, witnessing the sacred form manifest before them in the workshop on Sacred Art.

Meanwhile, in Madrid, a group of 21 students hailing from various parts of gathered under the guidance of Kelsang Wangdu at KMC Madrid-La Sierra for a full weekend torma workshop.

Immersed in the serene surroundings, they delved into the intricacies of crafting tormas, deepening their connection to Buddhist and traditions.

These endeavors signify the enduring commitment of Kadampa practitioners to preserving and passing on these sacred arts for generations to come.

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