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About Wheel of Life

is a representation of the samsaric cycle of existence. Also translated as wheel of existence or wheel of cyclic existence.

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Interpreting of Wheel of Life

is a symbolic representation of cyclic existence found on the outside walls of and monasteries in the Indo- region. This pictorial presents basic concepts such as and rebirth in a manner that can be understood by uneducated or illiterate people. Alternate translations for include the Buddhist , wheel of cyclic existence, wheel of becoming, etc. The Viability of of .
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All you need to know about the types of Thangka Paintings

The origin of or may be attributed to the Nepalese responsible for creating a number of special metal and wall- as well as in . Realizing the great demand for icons in Tibet, these artists, along with and traders, took with them from not only metal sculptures but also a number of manuscripts. To better fulfill the ever-increasing demand Nepalese artists .
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6 Places to Buy Thangka and Mandala Paintings Online

This article compares the top websites that are providing and Online. The article will compare the websites on the basis of price, , place where the is painted, , etc by providing detailed information about the websites vision, mission, and goals. What are the best websites to buy Thangka and ? Thangka and is a  and used for , decoration, to pray and so on.  Thangka is .

The Buddha’s Way of Virtue

Introduction The Dhammapada was accepted at the Council of Asoka in 240 B.C. as a collection of the sayings of Gautama, yet it was not put into writing until some generations had passed, and probably contains accretions of later date. However that may be, there is no doubt that it breathes the very spirit of the Teacher, and it has always been used in lands as a handbook of “devotion” or meditation, in .

First Step – Right Understanding

After having information about the four Noble Paths, The Noble Truth Of , The Noble Truth Of The Origin Of Suffering, The Noble Truth Of The Extinction Of Suffering and The Noble Truth Of The Path That Leads To The Extinction Of Suffering. Now we are going to look through the First step of Eightfold paths. WHAT, now, is Right Understanding? It is understanding the Four Truths. To understand suffering to understand .

The Three Warnings – Buddha

After reading The Three Characteristics Of Existence we will go through . The Three Warnings Did you never see in the world a man, or a woman, eighty, ninety, or a hundred years old, frail, crooked as a gable roof, bent down, resting on crutches, with tottering steps, infirm, youth long since fled, with broken teeth, grey and scanty hair, or bald-headed, wrinkled, with blotched limbs? And did the thought never come .

The Five Groups Of Existence – Buddha

After reading about The Four Nobel Truths of , we need to know about the Five Groups of Existence. What are the Five Groups of Existence? The Five Groups of Existence are listed below: Corporeality Feeling Any corporeal phenomenon, whether one’s own or external, gross or subtle, lofty or low, far or near, belongs to the Group of Corporeality; any feeling belongs to the Group of Feeling; any perception belongs to the Group .

A Short Story Of Amitabha

The Sakyamuni described the Buddha  to Ananda. The Light that issues from is the most brilliant, and none is comparable to him. In adoration we call him: The Buddha of  The Buddha of Immeasurable Light The Buddha of Boundless Light The Buddha of Inexpressible Light The Buddha whose Light surpasses the Sun and the Moon Whoever is blessed with the Light will enjoy a and life which is free .

Eight Auspicious Symbol Banner

The rich tradition of in Tibet is exhibited in a number of ways, and the very Tibetan culture is almost all about the manifestation of Buddhist culture. Like many other forms of Buddhist culture, eight of Buddhism is also very popular in Tibetan culture. Right-coiled White Conch The white conch which coils to the right symbolizes the deep, far-reaching and melodious sound of the teachings, which were appropriate to different .

The Vajravarahi Tantric Master

I found the story of (Tibetan: Dorje Pakmo) very interesting and wish to share it here. She is another form of powerful female Vajrayogin. Vajravarahi is a Dakini & spiritual energy perceived to transmute the Five Negative Afflictions which represent five obstructions which obscure the true nature of the life & obstruct Buddhists as they seek illumination as they journey to enlightenment. In her form as Vajravarahi, when she is known as .