Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-154).
|Other titles||Buddhist stupa architecture of Thailand|
|Statement||Karl Döhring ; translated and with a preface by Walter E.J. Tips.|
|LC Classifications||NA6021 .D64 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||00366070|
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This largest Buddhist Stupa in Nepal, the same hemispherical dome symbolizing the emptiness from which everything emanates. On top of this largest Buddhist Stupa in Nepal is the harmonica painted on each side with the eyes of the Buddha symbolizing awareness, and . Amitabha Stupa This striking foot enlightenment stupa gets its name from Buddha Amitabha, the Buddha of Limitless Light, whose bronze image is nestled in the faceplate of the stupa. In the introduction, Jason Hawkes and Akira Shimada highlight the multiple perspectives and also provide a historical overview for the study of Buddhist Stupas. this book will be indispensable for scholars researchers and students of history archaeology religion and epigraphy particularly those interested in the growth and development of Buddhism. A visual photographic history, this beautifully designed book touches on the history and mythology of this revered sacred site. Voices of the master craftsmen and prominent Buddhist teachers involved in the reconstruction and rituals bring stunning photographs of the stupa and the story of its rebuilding and reconsecration, vibrantly to life.