Thangka painting is the centuries old art form of Tibetan Buddhism. Each deity is a representation of a different aspect of a fully enlightened Buddha, and thus thangka painting becomes sacred art.
In this workshop you will learn the basic foundations of how a thangka is begun. After preparing the grid into which the drawing is made, we will focus on drawing the face and the hands of Shakyamuni Buddha (the most common Buddha image).Read more
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Each month there are days set aside in the Tibetan calendar which are auspicious for specific practices. It's very helpful for Milarepa Center and its community to do these practices whenever possible. We invite you to join us for the various rituals or pujas we have scheduled.Details
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