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eBook Sacred Art of Tibet ePub

by Tarthang Tulku

  • ISBN: 0913546003
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Tarthang Tulku
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dharma Publishing; 2nd Revised ed. edition (January 1, 1972)
  • Pages: 102
  • ePub book: 1950 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1561 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Tarthang Tulku has written over 40 books covering a wide variety of topics . Sacred Art of Tibet (1972).

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Forty full-page black and white photographs

Forty full-page black and white photographs.

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Biography: Tarthang Rinpoche, commonly known as Tarthang Tulku. Rinpoche was born in in the mountains of Golok in the far northeast of Tibet as the son of Sogpo Tulku, Pema Gawey Dorje (b 1894), a highly respected physician and holder of the Nyingma Vidyadhara lineage. Before Rinpoche was two years old, he was recognized and given the name Kunga Gellek by the Sutrayana and Mantrayana master Tragyelung Tsultrim Dargye (b. 1866), who made predictions about Rinpoche’s future mission as a servant of the Dharma, and instructed his parents in the special treatment of young tulkus.

Tarthang Tulku is a Tibetan teacher who introduced the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan .

Tarthang Tulku is a Tibetan teacher who introduced the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism into the United States, where he works to preserve the art and culture of Tibet. He oversees various projects including Dharma Publishing, Yeshe-De, Tibetan Aid Project, and the construction of the Odiyan Copper Mountain Mandala.

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In 1983, Tarthang Tulku established the Yeshe De project, with the purpose of preserving and distributing sacred Tibetan texts in collaboration .

In 1983, Tarthang Tulku established the Yeshe De project, with the purpose of preserving and distributing sacred Tibetan texts in collaboration with the Tibetan Aid Project. These texts are distributed to Buddhist monks, nuns, and laypeople at the annual World Peace Ceremony, which Tarthang Tulku started in 1990 to bring the various Buddhist communities from across Asia to celebrate together at Bodh.

A black and white presentation of sacred art and statuary, along with an introduction to its meaning. This book includes 40 pages of black and white photographs and descriptions of fine Tibetan statues and paintings.