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Thangka Mandala
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Art School specialized in Tibetan Thangka Paintings and Mandalas
Art School specialized in Tibetan Thangka Paintings and Mandalas

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Interesting article.
#AI and the #future according to the Dalai Lama.

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New Mask Collection 2017!

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Johanna's video of her painting a beautiful Mantra #Mandala.
Contact us if you want to learn more about #thangka painting and our classes.
Please share our website with your friends!
OM MANI PADME HUM

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One of the most beautiful #Buddha #shakyamuni #thangka painting in our collection of masterpieces.
Send us a message if interested.

Blessings 🙏

#traditionalartofnepal (at Sunapati Thangka Painting School)
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Master Mira Bhujel and the beautiful #kalachakra #mandala that she painted for Michael from Canada.

Thank you dear Michael for supporting our art school.
#Gratitude
#traditionalartofnepal (at Sunapati Thangka Painting School)
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Today we celebrate Makar Sankranti, the day that marks the transition of the sun into the zodiacal sign of #Makara on its celestial path, which is the first change in the #zodiac after the winter solstice.

Makara is the equivalent of the #capricorn sign and it is a sea-creature depicted as part crocodile part elephant and fish.

Makara #Sankranti brings peace and prosperity and it is celebrated in #Nepal preparing foods like laddoo, ghee and sweet potatoes that are distributed to relatives and friends. Also the mother of each household wishes good health to all family members.

Happy Makar Sankranti! 
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Dhanvantari is the God of #Ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicine known as the science of life.
He is one of the incarnation of Lord #Vishnu, the protector of the universe and according to the Vedas and Puranas #Dhanvantari is the physician of the gods.
In this #thangka painting Dhanvantari is depicted with four hands holding different objects.
In his left hands he holds a vase containing Amrita or #Soma, the sacred nectar of the Gods, and in the other hand the scriptures of the Ayurveda. In one of his right hands he holds a grinding bowl containing herbs while the other hand is in Abhaya #Mudra symbolizing reassurance, protection and blessing.
#traditionalartofnepal
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