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The Culture & Aesthetics of DURGA in NEPALMANDALA: From Primitive Forest Icons to the Living Goddess, RajaKumari, of Kathmandu Valley
Author: Milan Ratna Shakya > Culture
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Culture & Aesthetics of Durga in Nepal Mandala upholds the cultural-religious assessment attentively on aesthetic perspective of Hindu-Buddhist myths. Aesthetically this is transmitting the Sakta mili (Read More..)


The Dasakarma Vidhi: Fundamental Knowledge on Traditional Customs of Ten Rites of Passage Amongst the Buddhist Newars
Author: Pandit Vaidya Asha Kaji (Ganesh Raj Vajracharya), EDITOR: Emeritus Professor Michael Allen > Buddhism
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The dasakarma vidhi (ten rites of passage) are performed in two different ways, namely jnana sambhara and karma sambhara. The former refers to the prerequisites of spiritual knowledge, whereas the lat (Read More..)


The Healthy Mind Interview III: Lopon Tegchoke
Author: Henty M. Vyner > Buddhism
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For the last twelve years, the physician and anthropologist Henry M. Vyner has been interviewing Tibetan Lamas for the purpose of developing an empirically valid theory of the defining characteristics (Read More..)


The Healthy Mind Interview Vol II: Kenpo Tsewang Gyatso
Author: Henty M. Vyner > Buddhism
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For the last twelve years, the physician and anthropologist Henry M. Vyner has been interviewing Tibetan Lamas for the purpose of developing an empirically valid theory of the defining characteristics (Read More..)


The Healthy Mind Interview: Kenpo Nyima Wangyal
Author: Henty M. Vyner > Buddhism
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For the last twelve years, the physician and anthropologist Henry M. Vyner has been interviewing Tibetan Lamas for the purpose of developing an empirically valid theory of the defining characteristics (Read More..)


The Oral Tradition from Zhang-Zhung : An Introduction to the Bonpo Dzogchen Teachings
Author: John Myrdhin Reynolds > Buddhism
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The original Dzogchen teachings are found equally in the old, unreformed Tibetan schools of the Buddhist Nyingmapas and the pre- Buddhist Bonpos. These teachings are substantially the same in both sch (Read More..)


The Origins of Himalayan Studies: Brian Houghton Hodgson in Nepal and Darjeeling 1820-1858
Author: Edt. David M Waterhouse > Others
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Brian Hodgson (1800-1896) lived in Nepal from 1820-1843 during which time he wrote and published extensively on Nepalese culture, religion, natural history, architecture, ethnography and linguistics. (Read More..)


The POwer-Places of Central Tibet: The Pilgrim's Guide
Author: Keith Dowman > Buddhism
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Tibet is now open to anyone wishing to explore itsancient culture. This book, based on a nineteenth-century guide for Tibetan pilgrims by the renownedLama Jamyang Kyentse Wangpo, describes thelocation (Read More..)


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