Buddhism in Nepal started after the birth of Lord Buddha, the founder of Buddhism himself. Siddhartha Gautama was born in Lumbini, Nepal at the Shakya Kingdom of Kapilbasthu as a Prince nearly around 500BC. He then left the palace in search of enlightenment. Gradually, after his enlightenment, Buddhism became a presiding religion in the northern areas of the country. Buddhist arts also started growing in mostly the central part of Nepal. Ethnic groups from .
There are many Monastery, Buddhist temple, and stupa around Kathmandu valley some of them are listed below: Kopan Monastery Swayambhunath Stupa Thrangu Tashi Choling Monastery Shechen Monastery Namobuddha monastery Seto Gumba Bouddhanath Monastery Charumati Stupa Seto Machhendranath Temple Tharlam Monastery Shree Ghah Gumba Kopan Monastery Kopan Monastery is located in Kathmandu Nepal. Kopan Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery near Boudhanath. In this monastery, the consecration ceremony is held with Lamas or monks in an auspicious day .
Thangka and Mandala painting process Thangka painting process is very difficult and time-consuming. To sketch the figures in a Thangka and mandala, the artist must be an expert in the measurements and proportions of different deities. There are thousands of different deities in Tibetan Buddhism. Generating a pure motive Canvas preparation Foundation line drawing Mixing the paint Painting brush making Painting Redrawing and shading Details Shading and final painting Gold application Opening the eye .