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  • October 10, 2017

    Tibetan prayer flags

    Nepal sutras basically written on these cloth banners were transmitted to the other regions of world as prayer flags. These flags are made of block-printed fabrics using traditional printing techniques. Originally the writings and the images were painted by hang...

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  • October 9, 2017

    HAPPY BUDDHA BOOKENDS

    The jovia hotei Buddha is the god of contentment and happiness. Originally he was named hotei (in Japan) and pu-tai in china but he is best known as laughing Buddha. He always used to be happy so, thereby the name...

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  • September 20, 2017

    Significance of the Flower Lotus (Padma )

    The flower Lotus or Padma as called in Sanskrit holds sacred values throughout the Asian countries prominently India , China and Japan. In Hinduism , Dieties like “Vishnu” ,“Lakshmi “ , “Saraswati “ , “Kuber” and “Brahma” are represented holding Lotus flower...

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  • September 12, 2017

    Bells and Gongs Significance in Tibetan Buddhism

    According to the Tibetan Buddhism , ringing the holy bells and Gongs have always been the matter of showing affection towards the “Buddha “ and all the Bodhisattvas .This is a ritual of accumulating positive karma. The bell is a representation...

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  • September 12, 2017

    Longevity Symbol Meaning

    The Chinese culture has always loved the idea of bringing longevity and good luck in their lives. For this, they have symbols that characterize the various qualities of creating a good aura of love, happiness and good luck in our...

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  • September 7, 2017

    Meditation – a way to Find ourselves

    Meditation is the act of focusing your consciousness to one thing and its way of finding your inner self.From the Ancient times, Meditation is the fruitful way of stabilizing our mind. You can practice yoga to find serenity & also to release emotional...

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  • September 6, 2017

    Elephant Statues in your Home

    In Feng Shui, keeping animal statues or sculptures are always the best idea to attract the positive chi and bring in the Good luck to your house. The Elephant is the sacred animal in Indian as well as Buddhism culture.In...

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  • September 2, 2017

    Rings – Spiritual Symbolism and beliefs

    Many people Wear Spiritual ornaments like rings , earrings and pendants as part of their cultural beliefs and traditions. In Asian culture, wearing Buddha, Dragon and other spiritual animals jewelry is a huge trend, equally depicting their strong beliefs. Why...

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  • August 29, 2017

    Frog and Owl-Meditative Animals

    Meditative Frog: Frog is associated with the Sacral Chakra or “Swadhisthana” .It is the animal symbolizing the “Life force” needs and represent vitality, pleasure, self-knowledge and sense, abundance, receptivity and Moon Energy.Frog also represents prosperity, and the cleansing and healing...

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  • August 28, 2017

    Kwan Yin and Buddha

    In both Buddhism and Taoism, Kwan yin or simply Kuan Yin is the goddess of compassion and mercy. She is the Japanese Bodhisattva Kannon or Kanzeon. In Sanskrit, Kwan Yin is called “Avalokiteshvara” – the goddess of the world who looks after...

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  • August 21, 2017

    The Sun and the Moon Mythologies

    The Great American Eclipse On Aug 21, 2017, i.e. Monday, the United States of America had witnessed a total solar eclipse .The path started from Oregon and cross the United States.It is more of a spectacular event because the moon...

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  • August 21, 2017

    Buddhism -Significance of the Number 3

    Have you ever thought of “Why is everything always done in three in Buddhism”?Then Here is the answer.The number 3 refers to the trinity, a symbol of divine protection, help and guidance.It also refers to the three training of discipline,...

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