Gold, always a favourite…

Season's greetings to all! Hope you have a golden festive time ahead. Make it special... Have a lovely day! Posted for CMMC – November Colors – Silver or Gold

A prayer flag!

Traditionally, prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. Each hue signifies an element — and the flags are always arranged in a specific order, from left to right: blue, white,... Continue Reading →

Umbrella galore!

A Bhutanese mom with her baby, heading to Tiger's Nest! A very steep terrain... Have a bright day! Posted for RDP Wednesday – UMBRELLA

For the love of curves…

A smile is a curve that sets everything straight - Phyllis Diller Have a beautiful day! Posted for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Half Circles, Arches, Domes

Gigantic Buddha at Thimpu!

Atop a hill in Thimphu, the capital and largest city of Bhutan, is a massive, golden Buddha sitting atop a gilded meditation hall. But the monument holds an invisible secret: Unbeknownst to many people viewing the statue, they aren’t actually looking at one Buddha, they’re looking at 125,000 of them. It is known as Buddha Dordenma statue.... Continue Reading →

Amidst the clouds…

It's magical out here! Clear blue skies, floating clouds, mountain ranges and their peaks and above all the gentle breeze on your face all add to the magic.... Some more from Bhutan! Have a blissful day! Posted for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: It’s All About Nature

At Dochula, Bhutan…

This is a cafe opposite Druk Wangyal Monastery. The air is so clean and the view so clear and scenic - like huge a painting...  The reflections on the windows were also so crisp... Don't miss the rain water harvesting in the picture! For more from Bhutan click here. Have a bright n cheerful day!... Continue Reading →

The power of prayer n sound…

According to Tibetan Buddhist belief, spinning a prayer wheel is just as effective as reciting the sacred texts aloud. This originates from the Buddhist belief in the power of sound. Each revolution is as meritorious as reading the inscription aloud as many times as it is written on the scroll, and this means that the... Continue Reading →

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