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Butter flower: Buddhism art in Tibet
The Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, will show locals delicate butter flowers every January 15 according to the Tibetan calendar.

Wood carving promoted to augment revenue in Nyemo, Lhasa 2011-04-19
Woodcarving, with its has long been respected as a distinctive treasure of Tibet.
Tibet to list black boulder carving as intangible cultural heritage 2011-03-24
The cultural department concerned of Lhasa, capital city of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has applied for 10 prefectural level items including black boulder carving to be listed as regional level intangible cultural heritage.
Gorgeous butter sculpture in Kumbum Monastery 2011-02-21
An annual exhibition of butter sculptures, the grandest of its kind in the country, was held on Feb. 17 in Tar Monastery, a prominent monastery in Qinghai Province, attracting about 150,000 pilgrims and visitors.
Gorgeous butter sculptures 2011-01-21
Butter sculpture is one of the three famous ancient Tibetan Buddhist traditions of Kumbum Monastery.
Ancient cliff stone carvings found in Nyingchi 2008-09-11
14 cliff stone carvings were newly found well-preserved in Gongbo Gyamda County of Nyingchi Prefecture in Tibet.
Buddhist statues show in Beijing 2008-08-21
The Tibetan Buddhism statues exhibition havs been arranged at the Beijing White Pagoda Temple.
Butter sculpture: mirable flower in snowy highland 2008-02-20
Butter sculpture is one of the "Three art masterpieces" of Kumbum Monastery which carries a history of more than 600 years.
Jade Statue of vPhags-pa 2007-12-06
vPhags-pa Blo-gros-rgyal-mtshan(1235-1280),was the fifth generation forefather of the Sa-skya-pa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism.He was also a famous religious leader,politician, and scholar in the Yuan Dynasty.
Ivory Scripture Binders 2007-12-06
Most Tibetan books and records are composed of unbound pages and wrapped with cloth, silk or brocade. Two pieces of scripture binders are used to press them from both sides.
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