Anyone read Tibetan?

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Indrajala
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Anyone read Tibetan?

Postby Indrajala » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:47 am

I was going through my photos from January and realized I don't know what these images and texts mean. The Imperial Palace museum in Taipei has Tibetan artefacts on display. The ol' Chinese Emperors had an interest in Tibetan Buddhism.

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Pretty neat stuff. :smile: But what does it all mean? :shrug:
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Re: Anyone read Tibetan?

Postby muni » Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:42 pm

3th picture: Namo Buddha Ya, Namo Dharma Ya, Namo Sangha Ya.
For the Triratna (Kunchog Sum) I bow down.

4th picture is about: Buddha's very much detailed elaborated great sutra (mDo Phalpo Che: Avatamsaka), first section. The Victorious ten disciples together as for the Bodhisattvas.
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