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      Mandalas

(1997) Mandala: The Architecture of Enlightenment
Devoted to the multiple manifestations of the mandala throughout Asia. (The Asia Society).

Buddhism in Nepal and Nepal Mandala
This is the summary of the paper presented in Newari during the 'Conference on the Buddhist Heritage of Nepal Mandal' in 1998. Dr.Naresh Man Vajracharya, Vajracharya Preservation Guthi, Kathmandu.

Early Tibetan Mandalas
14 fine Tibetan paintings of mandalas dating from the 13th to the 16th centuries. (The Rossi Collection).

Exploring the Mandala
Creating a three dimensional model of the Vajrabhairava mandala. Cornell University's Program of Computer Graphics.

Mandala
by Jytte Hansen, Albertslund, Denmark.

Mandala and Temple Sacred Architecture in Tibet
Photographs by John Milton Lundquist.

Mandala-like Circular Forms
Some visual objects that look like mandalas but are not and other forms which can be mandalas based on a broader definition.

Mandala: Art Topics
Mandala: a circular diagram, highly technical and precise, representing the entire universe; the container and contained, animate and inanimate. Mandalas are painted on cloth, on the ceilings of temples, as murals, fashioned from metal, wood or stone, sometimes coloured threads and also from coloured sand.

Mandala: Buddhist Tantric Diagrams
Representations of the spiritual embodiment of the Buddha are dkyil khor, or mandalas. The word dkyil khor means "center-circumference," and describes both the essential geometric structure and ritual significance of mandalas.

Mandala: Textual Sets & Traditions
Approaching mandalas from the textual tradition, sets of paintings and the religious traditions.

Mandalas! What are Mandalas?
Answering some of the basic questions about mandalas.

The Mystical Arts of Tibet
Mandala Sand Painting. Gallery V Live Camera. Berea College.

Tibetan Healing Mandala
Freer-Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian.



	  



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