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Indian Paṇdits Engaged in Tibetan Translations of Buddhist Logic By Dr. Mantosh Mandal
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It is an interesting fact that though Hindu Religion was limited in India and other few countries. Buddhism did not have any such limitation and hence out side India Buddhism was spreaded over all... More > most all countries of East Asia. So it is expected that with the religion it's philosophy was spreaded also. It is also true that the inhabitants of Tibet were intelligent enough ro accept new lights of Buddhist philosophy.< Less
Buddhist Colour By Don Pavey
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Tibetan Buddhists accept colours as human energies. The same colour can possess a positive virtue, or a negative vice, such as terrifying Unreason, Arrogance, Anger, Misunderstanding and Delusion... More > Colours. A vice can be transformed or sublimated into a principal virtue, such as Intuition, Fairness, Right Judgement or Intellect. Mandalas show the universe divided into four quadrants, blue, yellow, red and green, each being controlled by a meditation Buddha of the right colour. Above these zones a white meditation Buddha presides and the suppliant is awaken to an experience, beyond wisdom and spiritual ecstasy, known as Nirvana.< Less
Buddhist Illogic By Avi Sion
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The 2nd Century CE Indian philosopher Nagarjuna founded the Madhyamika (Middle Way) school of Mahayana Buddhism, which strongly influenced Chinese, Korean and Japanese Buddhism, as well as Tibetan... More > Buddhism. His writings include a series of arguments purporting to show the illogic of logic, the absurdity of reason. He considers this the way to verbalize and justify the Buddhist doctrine of “emptiness” (Shunyata). The present essay demonstrates the many sophistries involved in Nagarjuna’s arguments.< Less
Introduction to Tibetan Thangka Art By Pinky Toky
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Thangka painting is an ancient art tradition of the Tibetan people. The thangka was traditionally used as an object of religious veneration. Great importance is placed on the Buddhist iconography in... More > the painting. Tourism in the Himalayans has turned thangkas into lucrative business, resulting in mass production of thangkas. High-quality, authentic Tibetan thangka is in danger of becoming extinct.< Less
Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra By Roy Melvyn, C. A. Muses
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Directly translated from the original Tibetan texts, Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra provides a full flavor version of the ancient spiritual texts of Tantric Buddhism. Replete with... More > traditional spiritual practices and meditations, it is an essential resource for any student. The collection includes Seven Initiation Rituals of the Tibetan Tantra, the Six Yogas of Naropa, plus the Vow of Mahamudra. If all you have read about Tibetan Tantra are the western descriptions, you owe it to yourself to examine these primary texts in detail.< Less
The Illustrated Tibetan Book of the Dead By Andrew Forbes, David Henley
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Bardo Thodol or 'The Tibetan Book of the Dead' is a mystical funerary text rooted in the Tibetan Tantric and Vajrayana Buddhist teachings. Composed by the guru and sage Padmasambhava in the 8th... More > century, the Bardo Thodol is recited by a Buddhist lama over a dying or recently deceased person as a spiritual guide to the process of death and that which follows. This illustrated version combines the English language text by Walter Evans-Wentz with a unique collection of 80 pictures relating to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. 16,000 words, 4 appendices, 71 historic images, 9 contemporary images< Less
Tibetan Spaniels for Beginners By James Mayor
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Small monastery dogs, thought to be early representatives of the Tibetan Spaniel, loyally trailed behind their Lama masters and came to be regarded as "little Lions" owing to their... More > resemblance to the Chinese guardian lions that gave them great value and prestige. The practice of sending the dogs as gifts to the palaces of China and other Buddhist countries grew significantly, and more "lion dogs" were presented back to Tibet, continuing until as late as 1908. As a result of exchanges of Tibetan Spaniels between palaces and monasteries, the breed is likely to have common ancestors with Oriental breeds such as the Japanese Chin and the Pekingese. Not only was the Tibetan Spaniel prized as a pet and companion, it was a useful member of Tibetan monastic life. The little dogs would sit on the monastery walls, keeping watch over the countryside. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Three Jewel Buddhist Calendar By Laurie McLaughlin
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This a calendar is a photographic celebration of Buddhism, containing inspiring photos of Buddhas in different settings, Tibetan Buddhist Sangha in various images of work and prayer and beautiful... More > Buddhist symbols such as prayer flags and prayer wheels. It is for those who are practicing Buddhism or just interested in Buddhism. May it bring you peace. May everyone who looks at it or purchases it reach Enlightenment quickly.< Less
"I was a buddha" - The biography of a high tibetan lama By CHRISTLICHES INFORMATIONSSERVICE
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The short story of a high tibetan lama, the highest buddhistic priest ever, who became a christian.
Tibetan Lettering & Tattoo Design: Tibetan Uchen Script, Mantra Visulaizations, Mudras & Symbols By Ngawang Samten
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Initially designed as a reference book for Tattoo artists searching for hard to find translations of Tibetan Uchen script, this project evolved into a work of art in itself, including Tibetan... More > Calligraphy and exquisite drawings of Buddhist symbols. With sixty five pages of beautiful words and drawings,it is a great book for anyone interested in Tibetan calligraphy, Buddhist art, or even Buddhist meditation. These Sixty Five Beautiful Pages of Tibetan Lettering and Buddhist artwork by artist Ngawang Samten include the following: Translations of popular words from English to Tibetan Uchen Script, Popular Buddhist words and phrases in Tibetan Calligraphy, Original drawings of Lotus flowers, vajras, the eight auspicious symbols and more such as Mudras (Hand Gestures) and their meaning, Mantras, Mantra Visualizations including Om Mani Padme Hum, Green Tara, White Tara, Manjushri, Vajrapani, Medicine Buddha, Vajrasattva and many more. This book is a must have for tattooers and appreciators of Asian art< Less