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A Tibetan Buddhist monk makes a mandala with sand during a show of intangible cultural heritage from Regong art of Qinghai province in North Chinas Tianjin municipality May 30 2015 The creation of a sand mandala follows strict rules of proportion structure and content Regong art includes paintings murals and scrolls called thangka inMore Details
An artist creates a sand mandala at a gallery in Lhasa City the capital of Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region Oct 24 2016 Mandala an exquisite religious art of Tibetan Buddhism has been well preserved since it was first introduced to Tibet from IndiaMore Details
However after they complete the mandala it will be dropped into the river leaving nothing but a lasting impact on Tibetan Buddhists and believers A Chinese photographer who goes by the pseudonym Xiaoyao Huanglaoxie was invited to visit the Hor Monastery and permitted to record the steps of creating a sand mandala with a cameraMore Details
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