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MODULE 2 The MaChik Tradition ANY CHARACTER HERE PURPOSE To learn the practice and meaning of the Machik Chod sadhana (LuJin or Offering of the Body) and all the various components of this popular daily practice, renowned among Kagyu practitioners. To learn the Ngondro or Preliminary Practice of Chod, from the Shuksep tradition of Ani [...]

Pottery figure of a foreign groom with a pointed hat, China, Tang dynasty, century - Photo de China - Tang dynasty - Alain. Early Christian, Christian Art, Sassanid, Black Pigment, Scroll Pattern, China Art, Chinese Ceramics, Fat Women, Objet D'art

Pottery figure of a foreign groom with a pointed hat, China, Tang dynasty, 7th-8th century - Photo de China - Tang dynasty - Alain.R.Truong

Pottery figure of a foreign groom with a pointed hat, China, Tang dynasty, 7th-8th century de l'album China - Tang dynastyAlain.R.Truong

A rare green schist relief of Buddha and a royal donor - Gandhara, century The faces are Fake and plunderd from north of Afghanistan in 2012 registered with a japanes private collector sold by christies by telling the lie 1999 Temples, Asian Sculptures, Greek Culture, Buddha Art, Indian Art, Indian Gods, Sacred Art, Metropolitan Museum, Ancient Artifacts

Gandhara culture – Himalayan Buddhist Art – Art Bouddhiste de l'Himalaya

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Khotan Figure of a Bearded Man (by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin) -- The oasis state of Khotan with its capital at Yotkan, south of the Taklamakan desert, was a prosperous and powerful kingdom. Excavations have yielded É Taklamakan Desert, Eurasian Steppe, Cradle Of Civilization, Blue Green Eyes, Man Illustration, Latest Images, Central Asia, Ancient Art, Bearded Men

Khotan Figure of a Bearded Man

Khotan Figure of a Bearded Man -- The oasis state of Khotan with its capital at Yotkan, south of the Taklamakan desert, was a prosperous and powerful kingdom. Excavations have yielded many terracotta figures and ceramics of a Hellenistic style adopted from Iran. There are virtually no similarities with artifacts from Central China . From Yotkan, capital of the kingdom of Khotan, modern Xingjian province, 2nd to 3rd century CE. (The British Museum, London).

Pair of Tang Figures - Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 907 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Chinese Medium: Terracotta Chinese Armor, The Han Dynasty, Terracota, China Art, Central Asia, Original Image, Golden Age, Pairs, Sculpture

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Pair of Tang Figures - H.033 Origin: China Circa: 618 AD to 907 AD Dimensions: 9.25" (23.5cm) high Collection: Chinese Medium: Terracotta

Painting from the Tang Dynasty showing a number of foreign delegates, including Central Asians and Indians. Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Dynasty Show, Central Asia, Vintage World Maps, Bible, Asian, Number, Biblia

《各国供养人》 唐 佚名 壁画 纵95厘米 横80厘米 甘肃敦煌莫高窟103窟 此图是《维摩诘图》的一部分。描述维摩诘与文殊师利辩法之时,各国供养人皆往探视、恭敬礼佛的神情。供养人中有“昆仑奴”、“婆罗门”、西域胡人等。他们戴不同的帽子,着式样色泽各异的服饰,画家用细腻的画风,将浓郁的生活气息尽现画面。

Ajanta Cave 1 Group of foreigners - Kushano-Sasanian Kingdom - Wikipedia History Of India, Asian History, Thirty Rock, Parthian Empire, Ajanta Caves, Harappan, Sassanid, Achaemenid, States Of India

Ajanta Cave 1 Group of foreigners - Kushano-Sasanian Kingdom - Wikipedia

 Buddha preaching the Abhidharma in the Tavatimsa Celestial World. Detail cm) Fine Art Print Framed, Poster, Canvas Prints, Puzzles, Photo Gifts and Wall Art Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Ajanta Caves, Indian Architecture, Indian Folk Art, Hindu Art, Mural Art, Religious Art

Iranian and Central Asian items became very popular among the higher classes in India during and after the Kushan period. Such items included long Central Asian coats and boots, cloud collars, and various forms of headdress. Here we see an Indian wearing a Parthian cap "kolah" hat and a cloud collar - likely both of Central Asian origin. Other figures there are wearing "tiraz" strips on their tunics.