The Bhavachakra, the Wheel of Life or Wheel of Becoming, is a mandala – a complex picture representing the Buddhist view of the universe. To Buddhists, existence is a cycle of life, death, rebirth, and suffering that they seek to escape altogether.

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  • The Bhavachakra – Wheel of Life
    ( 57 x 70 cm )

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    In Sanskrit, this image of the essence of Tibetan Buddhism, held and turned by a dreadful demon (Yama, the god of death?), is called Bhavacakra. It can be translated as 'Wheel of Life', 'Wheel of Existence', 'Wheel of Rebirth', 'Wheel

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  • Wheel Of Life
    ( 27 x 35 cm )

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    The Wheel of Life is a presentation of Buddhist teaching on the suffering and is cyclic in form.   Essentially it is a metaphysical diagram made up of four concentric circles, held with a firm grip by Yama, the Lord

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  • Wheel Of Life
    ( 66 x 91 cm )

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     The Wheel of Life is a presentation of Buddhist teaching on the suffering and is cyclic in form.   Essentially it is a metaphysical diagram made up of four concentric circles, held with a firm grip by Yama.

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  • Wheel Of Life
    ( 43 x 66 cm )

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    This painting shows the life of Buddha. Buddha was born as a prince in Lumbini, Nepal in the Terai lowlands near the foothills of the Himalayas. He was a member of the Sakyas clan. His father, Suddhodana, was king of

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  • The Wheel Of Becoming
    ( 45 x 66 cm )

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    The Wheel Of Becoming represents the continuous movement. It is known that Buddha himself developed this concept to communicate Buddhist philosophy to general audiences.

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