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Progress and Diversity

The first day of classes are over and I need to do homework as well as some tech-editing tonight, but I thought I’d show my progress over the last week or so. 611 more words

Knitting

Sepen (Spicy Tibetan Dipping Sauce) and the Nightshade Fairy

Tibet in a bowl!  I have never been to Tibet as such, but I’ve been close on a number of occasions, visiting various Tibetan regions of Northern India.   1,461 more words

Food

Tibet, 13th c. Vajrasattva with large bows

This statue represents Vajrasattva holding the stem of a (now broken) lotus in his left hand and making a symbolical gesture with his right hand. The lotus supported by his right elbow is also missing. 160 more words

Buddhist Sculpture

Tibetan Kitchen – If only it was the Valley (West End)

Out of my many and varied foodie dreams – one would be to visit Tibet, climb up to some high altitude village, and eat a delicious, traditional yak Tibetan dish. 440 more words

Food

Tibet, Ratnasambhava with turquoise inlay

The circular shape of the scarf, that forms a kind of halo behind him, is often seen on Tibetan sculptures thought to have been made in the 13th to the 15th century. 73 more words

Buddhist Sculpture