Buddha Mandala - Brass Wall Hanging 9"

Buddha Mandala - Brass Wall Hanging 9"

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  • Product Code :3634
  • Material :Brass and Resin
  • Size :9"H x 9"W
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    In this spectacular Buddha Mandala wall hanging brass and resins are used in a detail manner with finesse. Mandalas are works of sacred art in Tantric (Tibetan) Buddhism. Mandala means "circle," and mandalas are indeed primarily recognizable by their concentric circles and other geometric figures. For Tantric Buddhists, they are rich with symbolism and sacred meaning. A mandala is a sacred geometric symbol that represents the universe. Once completed, a mandala becomes a sacred area that serves as a repository for deities and a collection point of universal forces. By entering a mandala and proceeding to its center, a person is symbolically guided through the cosmos to the essence of reality. By constructing a mandala, a monk ritually participates in the Buddha's teachings.In Buddhism, contemplation of sacred images is key to religious ritual, and a mandala is one of the most important of these sacred images. A Tibetan mandala is usually made with careful placement of colored sand, and accordingly is known in Tibetan as dul-tson-kyil-khor, or "mandala of colored powders."

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    • Product Code :3634
    • Material :Brass and Resin
    • Size :9"H x 9"W

      In this spectacular Buddha Mandala wall hanging brass and resins are used in a detail manner with finesse. Mandalas are works of sacred art in Tantric (Tibetan) Buddhism. Mandala means "circle," and mandalas are indeed primarily recognizable by their concentric circles and other geometric figures. For Tantric Buddhists, they are rich with symbolism and sacred meaning. A mandala is a sacred geometric symbol that represents the universe. Once completed, a mandala becomes a sacred area that serves as a repository for deities and a collection point of universal forces. By entering a mandala and proceeding to its center, a person is symbolically guided through the cosmos to the essence of reality. By constructing a mandala, a monk ritually participates in the Buddha's teachings.In Buddhism, contemplation of sacred images is key to religious ritual, and a mandala is one of the most important of these sacred images. A Tibetan mandala is usually made with careful placement of colored sand, and accordingly is known in Tibetan as dul-tson-kyil-khor, or "mandala of colored powders."

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