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By Robert Beer

Sacred artwork awarded as coloring templates for contemplation and creativity—stunning and specific paintings from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.

Drawing on his brush work in The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs and different works, Robert Beer has chosen 50 photographs intended for use as templates for coloring. The booklet good points figures spanning centuries of the culture, together with non secular adventurers, rebellious saints, and enlightened Tantric masters. The targeted art is classy and meaningful—drawing on Buddhist teachings to provide every bit larger intensity.

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