Tibetan Treasure Literature: Revelation, Tradition, And

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Festivals, 501; (monthly), 502; (annual), 50. They will present papers on different aspects of Jainism drawing upon their current research. However it did not reveal any imagery to support von Schroeder’s hypothesis of a separate Buddhist art production in this cultural no-man’s-land during the 7th and 8th century. and no. which apparently belongs to the Potala set. Besides Śākyamuni, it is this Bodhisattva who first receives cultic attention.

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Publisher: Snow Lion; First Edition edition (December 5, 2005)

ISBN: 1559392363

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