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Nepal atmosphere

Small country between two neighbors, the Indian subcontinent and Chinese Tibet, Nepal offers an astonishing wealth of culture and exerts a power of timeless fascination. It is at the crossroads of Buddhism and Hinduism and meets the Tibetan-Burmese and Indo-Aryan ethnic groups. Nepal has art in heritage: Religious paintings and tangkas, work of ...

Small country between two neighbors, the Indian subcontinent and Chinese Tibet, Nepal offers an astonishing wealth of culture and exerts a power of timeless fascination. It is at the crossroads of Buddhism and Hinduism and meets the Tibetan-Burmese and Indo-Aryan ethnic groups. Nepal has art in heritage: Religious paintings and tangkas, work of gold metal, copper or bronze, embroideries of shawls and carpets, Nepal can boast of a very rich artisanal heritage. In this category, we offer high quality products, chosen with passion.

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  • Tangkas-Mandalas

    Mandhala or Tangkas symbolize vital energy. The circular design of the Mandhala can represent the living force as a whole and how it retains endless energy.

    The Mandala is often a symbol used to help people focus on meditation and achieve a feeling of oneness with the universe.

    
    The Mandala world essentially means that the circle represents the whole in a cosmic diagram, which can remind individuals
    their direct relationship with infinity. Mandalas extend beyond their shape and write in our minds and bodies.
    They are symbols of great power and have appeared to humans in almost every aspect of our lives, including the moon, the sun.
    and the earth. These circles include not only physical forms but also communities of family and friends.
    
    The Mandala relationship with the living force is something that we find through religion. Articles can have meaning
    spiritual spirituality for individuals as well as for groups. Hindus were among the first individuals to use mandalas
    as a tool of spirituality, but they also borrowed deep ways of Buddhism as well as in the practice of meditation.
    
    A mandala is also a symbol that is used to help people focus on meditation and achieve a sense of unity.
    with the universe. It is very difficult for individuals who actually produce this level of clarity, but you can often help individuals
    in meditation studies the mandalas. Wearing mandalas on your body and keeping them in your lifestyle can
    help continue to feel your connection to the universe and the energy around you.

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