Art

Art

Creativity lies at the heart of Vajrayana practice, and art, dance, music and literature can be used as  skilful means to transform the mind. For practitioners, these mediums are akin to ritual practices and communicate psychological meaning and enable spiritual transformation at a subconscious level.

The Vidyadhara is an advocate of reinstating Vajrayana art and culture and the Sangha has undertaken various projects under his guidance to encourage and promote gradually disappearing Nepalese Buddhist art forms.

Pauvva

Pauva is a traditional Nepalese artform practised in the Kathmandu Valley since…
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Charya

Charya Nritya (Dance) is a ritual dance associated with Vajrayana Buddhism.…
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Documentary

Sky Flower Director: Raj K.C; Editor: Ali Rasheed Sky Flower is…
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Audio

Sahayak Samathacharya (SS) Anupama Dahal has composed over a thousands songs,…
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