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Why does it take centuries for the bahais to understand the báb’s sacred objects?

The bábis are the spiritual leaders of the world’s most important religion.They are the first people in the history of the Bahá’í Faith to be called “The Chosen One” by Bahá’u’lláh.Since then, they have achieved enormous success, both as teachers and as missionaries, through their efforts to spread the Faith in all corners of the […]

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What You Should Know About the Voodoo Sacred Objects in Nagpra’s Museum

Voodoo sacred items in Nagpo’s Museum of Contemporary Art are nothing new, but the Nagprahmam temple has been the focus of attention ever since the opening of the museum in 2010.The temple, which is the oldest surviving Buddhist temple in the world, is located on a plateau on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau and […]

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What Is the Tibetan Sacred Object?

Tibetan sacred objects have a long history of use in China, including some found in the Grand Museum of Beijing.In recent years, the Chinese government has made it easier to acquire and use these objects, with a few exceptions, but in recent years some of the larger objects have been confiscated.This year, however, the Tibetans […]

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How to recognise Tibetan sacred objects in the game

Football Italian – The first goal scored by Luka Modric was the most beautiful moment of the match for Roma against Genoa.The Croatian striker, who has been the subject of much media interest in recent weeks, took his time to shoot and, when the ball hit the bottom of the net, took a deep breath […]

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Why is the Chinese Government so upset about Tibetan objects?

Tibet has become the focus of a diplomatic row over objects and sacred objects that are being illegally taken from Tibet.Tibetans have been using the Tibetan language to refer to these objects since before the 17th century.But the government has said that since they are Tibetan, they should be protected.Last month, Tibetans protested outside the […]

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Tibet’s sacred objects may be worth as much as $1bn

The head of the world’s largest Buddhist organisation says he believes there are around 200 million Tibetan objects that are sacred.“I am confident that this number is far higher,” said Dalai Lama Lobsang Sangay, in an interview with The Associated Press in his home village of Dharamsala, the capital of India.“These sacred objects are worth […]

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How sacred is a Buddhist artifact?

In this photo taken February 3, 2017, Tibetan monks gather to study the sacred relics of the 12th Dalai Lama in Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.Some Buddhist relics from the 12 Dalai Lama’s lifetime are on display at the Potalaa Palace in the city of Lhasan.The Dalai Lama has been living in exile since late […]

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Buddhism is in a strange place

The religion that started in Tibet, and that has remained at the core of the Dalai Lama’s life for most of his adult life, is not the religion he was born into.His father was a monk and his mother a nun.Both were devout, and both grew up in poverty.Both had a Buddhist background.But they never […]

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Which is more important: Buddhism or Hinduism?

This article is based on an interview conducted by Business Insider with a Buddhist monk who lives in Nepal.He is from the Jampa school of Buddhism, and is considered one of the leading spiritual teachers in the world.

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“It’s Time for a ‘Spiritual’ Reflection on the Sacred Objects of Tibet”

In this episode of The Next Week, host Chris Hardwick explores the spiritual dimension of sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism and the way that Tibetan Buddhism is viewed by Westerners.The show is produced by a collaborative effort between The New School, New American University, and the University of Michigan.This episode is sponsored by the National […]

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