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Lot 1739 - A Tibetan thangka, early 20th century,

A Tibetan thangka, early century, centred with the tree of life surrounded by a variety of d

Sarasvati, Modern Tibetan. Please like http://www.facebook.com/RagDollMagazine and follow @RagDollMagBlog @priscillacita

Saraswati, Goddess of Learning & the Arts, Tibetan Buddhist thangka painting.

Thangkas and Sacred Tibetan Art - the decoration on the head is somewhat similar to ancient Egypt (lines). The three faces are something like we would call trinity, in the west.

My yoga novel "Ashram" draws on ancient wisdom and practice. Tankas and sacred Tibetan art

Tibetan Sand Painting ~ When completed it will be destroyed. A lesson in impermanence.

Tibetan Art Tibetan Sand Painting ~ When completed it will be destroyed. A lesson in impermanence.

8 Things You Should Know About Tibetan Prayer Flags Before Hanging Them Up

5 Things You Should Know When Renting a Car in Ireland - Irish Fireside Travel and Culture

Contemporary Tibetan art

Tibetan Contemporary Art at the Rubin

Tibetan Sand Mandalas: Healing Through Sacred Art (Photo Gallery ...

Tibetan Sand Mandalas: Healing Through Sacred Art (Photo Gallery, Video)

A completed sand mandala. Photos courtesy of the American Foundation for Tibetan Cultural Preservation.

I do love me some symmetry <3 - SP Iconometry, Proportions & Guidelines in Buddhist art

Himalayan Buddhist Art 101: Iconometry, Proportions & Guidelines

I do love me some symmetry - SP Iconometry, Proportions & Guidelines in Buddhist art

Drawing has begun on the giant thangka.  Learn more at PreserveTibetanArt.org #thangka  #Tibetan art #Tashi Dhargyal

Drawing has begun on the giant thangka. Learn more at PreserveTibetanArt.org #thangka #Tibetan art #Tashi Dhargyal

Green Tara the Bodhisattva of compassionate action who manifests in female form. Tara's name is said to derive from the verb meaning "to cross" or "to traverse". In Tibetan Tara is Drolma which means "She Who Saves".

Green Tara, the Bodhisattva of compassionate action who manifests in female form. Tara's name is said to derive from the verb meaning "to cross" or "to traverse". In Tibet, Tara is Drolma, which means "she who saves.