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Buddhist Monks and Sand Mandala

Buddhist Monks and Sand Mandala

Buddhist monks gather round a mandala (Sanskrit for circle) composed of grains of colored sand. A mandala, a symbol of impermanence, is dispersed after its construction, usually in a body of running water, like a river. The mandala in Buddhism represents an end to human suffering and attainment of enlightenment.
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January 1, 1999
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