Buddhist Symbols in Tibetan Culture: An Investigation of the Nine Best-Known Groups of Symbols

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Simon and Schuster, 1995 - 148 pagina's
In this fascinating study, Dagyab Rinpoche not only explains the nine best-known groups of Tibetan Buddhist symbols but also shows how they serve as bridges between our inner and outer worlds. As such, they can be used to point the way to ultimate reality and to transmit a reservoir of deep knowledge formed over thousands of years.
 

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Introduction
3
The Nine BestKnown Groups of Symbols in Tibetan Culture
15
Conclusion
114
Notes
115
Glossary
131
Bibliography
143
About the Author
148
Also Available from Wisdom Publications
149
About Wisdom Publications
150
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Over de auteur (1995)

Born in Tibet, His Eminence Loden Sherab Dagyab Rinpoche immigrated to Germany in the 1960s where he now lives and teaches Tibetan and Buddhist Studies at the University of Bonn.

Robert Thurman holds the Jey Tsong Khapa Chair in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University. After education at Philips Exeter and Harvard, he studied Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism for almost thirty years as a personal student of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He has written both scholarly and popular books, and has lectured widely all over the world. As President of the American Institute for Buddhist Studies, he convened the First Inner Science Conference with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at Amherst College in 1984. He is also a founding trustee of Tibet House New York.

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