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Symbol of Remati Sridevi on a Tibetan "rgan tshogs" banner.

Detail of the symbol representing Remati Sridevi, with five skulls on her crown, from Attributes of dPal-Idan Lha-mo (Remati Sridevi) in a Tibetan “rgyan tshogs” banner.

Detail of flayed tiger skin from "Attributes of the Six-handed Yeshe Gonpo"

Detail of the flayed skin of a tiger from Attributes of the Six-handed Yeshe Gonpo (Mahakala) (Jnananatha ‘Lord of the Pristine Cognition) in a Tibetan “rgyan tshogs” banner.

TIBETAN SHRINE AT THE RUBIN MUSEUM

      

Sacred Spaces invites visitors to reflect on devotional activities in an awe-inspiring place. Enter the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room, an immersive installation inspired by a traditional shrine that would be used for offering, devotion, prayer, and contemplation. 177 more words

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What is Thangka?

Thangka, or Thang-ga, means a form of silk-mounted scroll painting of Tibet. Thangka is an unique art form of the Tibetan culture that takes subjects mainly in religion, and yet also in politics, history, and daily life of the Tibetan culture. 123 more words

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Attributes of Kubera, "Lord of the Horses" (Tibetan art)

Detail of a snow-lion with turquoise mane from Attributes of Kubera ‘Lord of the Horses’ in a Tibetan “rgyan tshogs” banner.