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Nevari is the term for the architecture and aesthetics of the Neva people of Nepal. Inhabitants of the Kathmandu valley, the Neva people are known for their love of well-defined lines and solid, statement colours. The thangka that you see on this page is atypical of the Nevari aesthetic. It depicts the seated Shakyamuni in the bhoomisparsha stance. Gautama Buddha is clad in a peach-coloured low-wo
Nevari is the term for the architecture and aesthetics of the Neva people of Nepal. Inhabitants of t
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Tibetan singing bowls have long been utilized in meditation practice by Buddhist monks. The Nepalese singing bowl by Exotic India is used during treatment by several wellness practitioners, including music therapists, massage therapists, and yoga therapists. A singing bowl is frequently used to relax before bedtime or to help focus before beginning work. The soothing tones of this Tibetan singing
Tibetan singing bowls have long been utilized in meditation practice by Buddhist monks. The Nepalese
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A simple, time-tested image of the seated Shakyamuni. The epithet Shakyamuni refers to the rulership (‘muni’) of the Buddha’s family over the Shakya clan. It is a traditional thangka made with age-old painting techniques (acrylics, gouache) set off by subtle metallic infusions in pure 24K gold. Everything about this thangka is in keeping with the traditional iconography of the Buddha. Legs g
A simple, time-tested image of the seated Shakyamuni. The epithet Shakyamuni refers to the rulership
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