Tibet: life, myth, and art
Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1999 - 144 ページ
This richly illustrated volume, with a foreword by the Dalai Lama, explores the themes that have piqued the popular imagination about Tibet. In the light of iconography, pattern, motif, symbolism, pattern, as well as historical and spiritual perspectives, Willis (curator of North Indian and Himalayan collections at the British Museum) discusses topics including the intricate mandalas, the hero-saints, the Dalai Lamas, and the ferocious, sword-wielding multi-limbed gods that served as protectors of the land and religion. Specially commissioned artwork, maps, and color photographs showcase the culture against the broader context of the civilization's wisdom, spirituality, and mythology.
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19th-century Adi Buddha Alchi Amitabha Amitayus ancient Arhats Atisha Avalokiteshvara banners Bodhisattva bronze Buddha Buddhist Buddhist monastery celestial Buddhas Chakra China chortens compassion cosmic Buddha Dakini Dalai Lama death decorated deities demons depicted devotee dharma Dharma Pala divine eight auspicious emblems evil feature of Tibetan fierce figure Gampo Garuda Gelug-pa school goddess gods Gyantse Gyatso holy human images incarnations India Julia Hegewald Kailas Khang Khapa King known Kumbum Lhasa Lord lotus Maha Kala Mahasiddha Mahayana mandala Manjushri mantras meditation Milarepa monastic monks mystic Nepal nirvana Nyetang Padmasambhava Palace Potala prayer drums prayer wheel protector relics religious ritual sacred Sakya-pa Samye sculpture seated seventh century Shantarakshita shown shrines skull cup Songsten Songsten Gampo spiritual stone stupas supreme symbols Tara techniques texts thangka painting thunderbolt Tibet Tibetan art Tibetan Buddhism Tl/Ian Cumming Vajra Vajra Dhara Vajra Sattva Vajrayana votive wisdom partner worship Yamantaka Yarlung