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In Tibetan Buddhism, the pictorial symbolism of the mandala is a map for understanding the universe, as well as the inner landscape of the human soul. This exciting coloring book includes 30 designs, adapted by Marty Noble from authentic Tibetan images. Included are illustrations of a mandala with Tibetan astrology symbols, a representation of the Golden Wheel, and an early 18th-century portrait of "Arhat Rhula, " the son of Buddha.
Vibrant images adapted from authentic scroll paintings, mandalas, Buddhas, lamas, deities, astrology signs, ritual instruments, and other traditional motifs.
Inspired by the living legacy of Tibetan art, this vibrant coloring book features 30 designs adapted from authentic scroll paintings and mandalas. Elaborate images depict Buddhas, deities, Tibetan astrology signs, ritual instruments, and other traditional motifs. Great for colorists, designers, and anyone with an interest in religious iconography.
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