15th-century Buddhist texts and wall paintings

Buddhist texts and wall paintings found15th-century Buddhist texts and wall paintings found in caves in the ancient kingdom of Mustang.

The 15th-century religious texts and wall paintings were found in caves carved into sheer cliffs in the ancient kingdom of Mustang—today part of Nepal.

National Geographic




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4 replies

  1. And of course the climbing and fear of heights narrative is a metaphor for Buddhist practice and the importance of sangha. ;-)

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  3. Shangri La exists within.

    Buddhist art and imagery is reflexion of this.

  4. National Geographic always coming up with this Shangri La myth. There was never a Shangri La nor will there ever be one. It´s just an old dream.
    Wake up!

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