Description of the artwork «STUPA KALACHAKRA ~ OF KALACHAKRA STUPA-THE STUPA, KALACHAKRA»
Stupas are called ritual structures in all Buddhist countries. The very words of Sanskrit origin and means "top", "top". In the system of Buddhist symbolism, the stupa is considered as the vertical model of the universe.
The features of the shape of the stupas in each country are determined by local traditions, but it must be round or square.
The smallest stupa easily fit in the palm of their height – 4-5 cm Large tens of meters. For example, the height of the Shwedagon pagoda (the Golden Dagon) in Rangoon, capital of Myanmar, is 99 m, not counting the 20-meter platform on which the stupa is installed.
Stupas are a symbol of enlightened mind and Buddha are not just offerings, but is an object, radiating and sending blessing to all living beings, a generator of spiritual energy, the aim of which is bringing harmony and peace to all living beings and bringing into balance the forces of nature.
Miniature "Kalachakra Stupa" dedicated to the welfare of all living beings.
STUPA KALACHAKRA ~ OF KALACHAKRA STUPA-THE STUPA, KALACHAKRA
This work is part of the collection of the exhibition "GOD IN the palm of your hand".