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12"Tibet Buddhism Temple Beeswax Gild Turquoise Coral Gem eight treasures Vase(China (Mainland))

Buddhism Temple Beeswax Gild Turquoise Coral Gem eight treasures Vase(China (Mainland))

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Magnificent view of the Himalayas or Himalaya which is a mountain range in the Indian subcontinent, which separates the Indo-Gangetic Plain from the Tibetan Plateau. Edited from Wikipedia.

Redhouse.ca — Tibet.

Redhouse.ca — Tibet.

dominatrixeditrix:  steampunktendencies:  steampunksteampunk:  Geometry of the universe  L'art de se perdre avec précision by PrelkiaJean-Marc  Source here.

would be a nice steampunk design. so beautiful allthingsstrange: Ornate and complex astronomy charts from Tibet. Align the stars

By breadth of reading and the ties of courtesy, a gentleman is kept from false paths.  When you see a good man think of emulating him; when you see a bad man examine your own heart.  Fight the bad in thee, not the bad in others.  from the forthcoming premium eBook, Heroes Of Philosophy, Volume One, Confucius, Rousseau And Heine edited by Robert S. Hare https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/756109

By breadth of reading and the ties of courtesy, a gentleman is kept from false paths. When you see a good man think of emulating him; when you see a bad man examine your own heart. Fight the bad in thee, not the bad in others. from the forthcoming premium eBook, Heroes Of Philosophy, Volume One, Confucius, Rousseau And Heine edited by Robert S. Hare https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/756109

"The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation."  Ray L. Wilbur

Volker Abels,Children in the Himalayas. (light will someday split you open)

Children in the Himalayas © Volker Abels - I really love this photo. I'm drawn to the happiness of the children and also the colors. The shallow depth of field also gives it a nice touch by focusing only on the kids.

Endless Knot (Do not confuse with the Celtic Knot)  The endless knot or the eternal knot as it is also known, is very symbolic image. Commonly used in Tibetan Buddhist art, is a closed, graphic ornament composed of right-angled, intertwined lines knot overlapping without beginning or end. Other names for it include the Tibetan Knot, the Lucky Diagram, the Knot of Eternity, and the Mystic Dragon and is one of the most favorite symbols in Tibetan Buddhism.

The Endless Knot or Eternal Knot, do not confuse this with the Celtic Knot

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