Posts Tagged ‘Buddhism‘


Religion and death in the Tibet

On Tuesday, the 22nd September, 2009
Religion and death in the Tibet

A revision to the ritual Tibetan Buddhists Chogten The religion in the Tibet is so important that an ancient traveler said that “the Tibet is a gigantic monastery inhabited by a monks' nation”. In the middle of the XXth century one of the four men was living in a monastery, situation that was not stopping creating economic problems...
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Posted in Tibet | 4 Comments»

Cheshm-e-Shafa, the City of the Unbelievers

On Wednesday, the 22nd July, 2009
Cheshm-e-Shafa, the City of the Unbelievers

Archaeological place in Afghanistan in danger for the construction of a vehicular Photo: AP Cheshm-e-Shafa is an importance place arqueólogica in the Balh region, to the north of Afghanistan. The excavations indicate that he has been inhabited at least from the IVth century aC, when the region was governed by a Persian dynasty, which disappeared to...
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Wutai Shan, sacred mount of the Chinese Buddhism

On Sunday, the 19th July, 2009
Wutai Shan, sacred mount of the Chinese Buddhism

The authorities were included in the World Patrimony they have displaced his inhabitants Foto: spanish.china.org.cn The mount Wutai or Wutai Shan placed in Shanxi (China) is one of four sacred mountains of the Buddhism (not to confuse with five sacred mountains taoístas). Others three sacred mounts of the Chinese Buddhism are Emei in Sichuan...
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Posted in Archaeology, Art, China | 3 Comments»

Up to always, small grasshopper

On Thursday, the 4th June, 2009

There left us the actor who personified Kwai Chang Caine “Actor David Carradine, famous person for his role in a series of television on martial arts, Kung Fu, dead today was found in the room of his hotel in Bangkok, as he has confirmed the embassy of the USA in Thailand” (The Country). Kwai Chang Caine - to which...
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Posted in Asia and East, Movies | 2 Comments»

Osel Hita, the child licks Spanish

On Sunday, the 31st May, 2009
Osel Hita, the child licks Spanish

It left the monastery and now he studies in Madrid It was doing time that nothing one was publishing on the famous child lick native of Granada, who is already not a child precisely, so has 24 blocks. Approximately two years ago I had his news on the part of someone who meets him and he mentioned to me that it had left the Buddhism and...
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Posted in Asia and East, Personage | 3 Comments»

Knowledge lamp

On Saturday, the 28th March, 2009

Documentary on Alexandra David-Neel In the channel of YouTube of the UNED I have met a documentary on my admired Alexandra David-Neel, the woman first in entering the prohibited city of Lhasa and whom the monks Buddhists were calling ‘a lamp of knowledge’. In his book Mystics and magicians of the Tibet Alexandra he narrates of...
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Posted in Literature and language, singular Women, Tibet | 1 Comment»

The sacred Hengshan mountain

On Wednesday, the 25th March, 2009
The sacred Hengshan mountain

There is one of five sacred mountains of the Taoism in China a hanging Monastery of Xuankong. Photo: Wikipedia Hengshan (also known like Hengshan of the north), in the Chinese Shanxi province, is one of Five Sacred Mountains of the Taoism, from the dynasty Zhou (1050 aC-256 aC). Four years ago (how does the time happen and what old man...
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