This enchanting little book contains 108 traditional Tibetan proverbs ~ conveying the wit and wisdom of one of the world's most unique cultures.
This exquisite edition recounts the fascinating tale of a Buddhist-based restaurant becoming a community anchor in a small Mormon town.
Several thousand individual brush drawings illustrate the variations in style of ritual objects in this highly complex iconographical tradition, while the text explains the symbols' origins, meanings, and functions.
Robert Beer provides a deep and encompassing insight into the vast array of symbols and attributes that appear within the complex iconography of Tibetan Buddhism.
This book offers a clear description of prayer wheel practice, its meaning and benefits, and its role as an essential ritual and symbol of Tibetan Buddhism.
Elizabeth Kelly, long-time cook for Tibetan lamas, offers this remarkable array of easy-to-follow recipes which use ingredients readily available.
Twelve highly detailed line drawings of deities that can be colored by children or adults. The drawings can also be used as an aid to visualization practice in the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition.
A detailed and straightforward guide to learning the art of writing the Tibetan script.
The first major anthology of Tibetan spiritual poetry available in the West.