Buddist Symbols in Tibetan Culture

Buddist Symbols in Tibetan Culture

An Investigation of the Nine Best-known Groups of Symbols

Book - 1995
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Perseus Publishing
In this fascinating study, Dagyab Rinpoche not only explains the nine best-known groups of Tibetan Buddhist symbols, but he also shows how they serve as bridges between our inner and outer worlds. Buddhist Symbols in Tibetan Culture is a fascinating and fun book, offering us entry points into the layers of meaning that may be found in the common (and not-so-common), pointing the way to ultimate reality and transmitting a reservoir of deep knowledge formed over thousands of years.


Simon and Schuster
In this fascinating study, Dagyab Rinpoche not only explains the nine best-known groups of Tibetan Buddhist symbols but also shows how they serve as bridges between our inner and outer worlds. As such, they can be used to point the way to ultimate reality and to transmit a reservoir of deep knowledge formed over thousands of years.

Publisher: Boston, Ma., U.S.A. : Wisdom Publications, c1995
ISBN: 9780861710478
0861710479
Characteristics: xvii, 148 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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