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Tibet Himalaya Troupe Zanskar Circus au Col du Shingo-La 5100 m Vallée des Lamaseries Cirque Aout 2004 - Delcampe.net

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Sera Monastery Rock Paintings - Tibetan rock paintings contain rich content, involving religion, politics, history, economy, culture, medicine, and social life. Buddhist scriptures, Buddhist messages, fairy tales, history stories, daily scenes, mountains and rivers, birds and flowers, patterns and adornment can be adopted into a rock painting.

Spread of Buddhism- Paintings of the Buddha done in Tibet

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Enso and lotus. This would be perfect if it had a Tibetan Puzzle Knot behind it, considering the ēnso is Japanese Buddhism, the lotus is Indian and Tibet is also one of the major cultural lines of Buddhism. I... seriously adore this. To the point where I want it, the ēnso in blue, melding into pink for the lotus, and with the puzzle knot behind it, in red or yellow (since those are the colours of Tibetan Buddhists). Now if only I could think of something relating to Vietnamese Buddhism...

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logo -Enso Lotus - I love the Enso and this one is a favorite because it includes the Lotus flower. Symbolism of the Enso includes enlightenment. One symbolic meaning of the Lotus, related to Buddhism is fortune. This design is by Aaron Robinson.

Tibetan sand mandalas are carefully, lovingly created by hand and then destroyed to show the impermanence of all things

Tibetan sand mandalas are carefully, lovingly created by hand and then destroyed to show the impermanence of all things. I was fortunate to view a mandala being created in Whakatane, New Zealand by visiting Tibetan Monks.

Buddhist monk in Kathmandu, Nepal

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