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Detailed from a Buddha's face with gold leaved with such beauty and serenity.

Detailed from a Buddha's face with gold leaved with such beauty and serenity.

Buddha statute in a nice composition

Buddha statute in a nice composition

Detail of Buddha's gold leaved face

Detail of Buddha's gold leaved face

silk embroidered wedding haeddress from Nuristan

silk embroidered wedding haeddress from Nuristan

There is no such thing as "death" in Tibetan Buddhist culture. There is only "impermanence". For many, the skull represents death. For most Buddhists, the skull or Kapala is a reminder that nothing is forever and eventually, everything is transformed into something else. Birth, life, death, re-birth, life, death, re-birth, etc.

There is no such thing as "death" in Tibetan Buddhist culture. There is only "impermanence". For many, the skull represents death. For most Buddhists, the skull or Kapala is a reminder that nothing is forever and eventually, everything is transformed into something else. Birth, life, death, re-birth, life, death, re-birth, etc.

Ghanta, traditional Tibetan bell used for meditation and ceremonies. Can be found in Lotus Design winkel

Ghanta, traditional Tibetan bell used for meditation and ceremonies. Can be found in Lotus Design winkel

Five Dhyani Buddhas statues with their serenity

Five Dhyani Buddhas statues with their serenity

Budha statue gold leaved from Nepal

Budha statue gold leaved from Nepal

Headdress; silver filigree work, coral and glass insets, enamel, ca. 19th century, Anti Atlas region, Morocco

Headdress; silver filigree work, coral and glass insets, enamel, ca. 19th century, Anti Atlas region, Morocco

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