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The Essence of Tibetan Buddhist Culture – Thangka —— The Reflection of Soulful Light: Deciphering Tibetan Thangka Art In the world of Tibetan Buddhism, thangka serves as a mystical gateway to spiritual depths, blending the essence of faith, art, and culture. Picture yourself standing before each thangka, immersed in a realm where boundless wisdom and […]

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GREEN TARA

green tara In Buddhist belief, Green Tara is regarded as the embodiment of compassion and salvation. Her image is often shown as sitting on a lotus and moon wheel. This special sitting posture symbolizes her purity and detachment. Sitting with her left leg alone and her right leg on a lotus, this unique posture not

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TWO-ARMED MAHAKALA

two-armed mahakala Mahakala, meaning “Great Black,” is one of the three principal emanations in Tibetan Buddhism, guiding countless practitioners on the path of spiritual cultivation. With his wrathful appearance, he subdues fierce beings, symbolizing fearlessness and resoluteness. Apart from the commonly seen two-armed Mahakala, there are also depictions with four or six arms, and in

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PADMASAMBHAVA

padmasambhava In the history of Tibetan Buddhism, the birth of Guru Rinpoche is like a mysterious picture. According to ancient scriptures, he was not born in the conventional sense, but emerged from a lotus flower. This method of transformation not only reveals his extraordinary identity, but also symbolizes his sacred connection with Amitabha and Guanyin

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