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Cousens Diana

Published by Scholars' Press 2014-06-30 (2014)

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Scholar's Press | A study of the self arising image of Triloknath and the veneration of self arising objects in Tibetan Buddhism | This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Trilokn th in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temple's self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 658 gr | 220x150x25 mm | 484 pp. Seller Inventory # K9783639701470

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Cousens Diana

Published by Scholars' Press (2016)

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About this Item: SPS Jul 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Trilokn th in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temple's self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. 484 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783639701470

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About this Item: SPS Jul 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Trilokn th in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temple's self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. 484 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783639701470

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About this Item: SPS Jul 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Trilokn th in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temple's self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. 484 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783639701470

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About this Item: Scholars Press, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Trilokn th in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temple s self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. Seller Inventory # AAV9783639701470

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About this Item: Scholars' Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 484 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 1.1in.This is a study of the religious world surrounding the temple of Triloknth in Lahul, northern India. Its particular focus is the temples self arising (rang byung) statue and the veneration of self arising sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism. It is based on field work in the area and is the first full length study of this 8th century temple. It takes into account history, legend, folklore and religious ideas. It is cross-disciplinary in approach and puts at its centre the human experience of this sacred place. The temple is a mixed use shrine and attracts pilgrims from across the Western Himalayas. It was built when Buddhism was in its original period in India, and also has Hindu and indigenous characteristics. This study finds that the temple is not locked away in some perfect antique past but is a place with a contemporary presence and is subject to the influences of things like modern modes of transport and roads. Its roots are deep and stretch back to the ancient kingdoms and cultures that have come and gone in the Lahul valleys. This study will be of interest to Tibetologists, Buddhists, pilgrims and area specialists. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9783639701470

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