Brahma, Bisnu and Mahes, the Hindu trinity, had come to pay homage to the new born Buddha.

Significance of different colours of Pancha Dhyani Buddha is explained inside this website.

In 1814, four columns of British Army invaded Greater Nepal through Indian Princely States.

Pancha Dhyani Buddhas from Borobudur who are known in Nepal and Bhutan but nowhere else.

Early settlers brought Pancha Dhyani Buddha from Nepal to Indonesia

Except the Red Jacket Gurkha Photos Courtesy JBR Nicholson in Gurkha Rifles, London 1974

Bajra-Guru Padmasambhawa

Guru Padmasambhawa, the Founder of Lamaism or the Tibetan form of Mahayana Buddhism, is believed to have possessed tremendous power, physical and spiritual which he is known to have used particularly in Tibet subjugating the demonic power of ancient Bon faith practiced by the Tibetans beforehand. It is an oral tradition that his source of power lay in the artefact he possessed known to his followers …

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British-India (1805) and Nepal

Queen Elizabeth I had played her cards exceedingly well, she had betted all in upon Hon’ble East India Company. Up against her two Iberian rivals, she was a century behind but she was depending more upon her astuteness than those who were rolling in money gained from their recently acquired lands. Portuguese had their visions clear; that theirs was a small country and couldn’t afford to …

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Paru, The Mystic Land of The Kiratis

Kiratis of ancient Nepal worshipped a pre-brahminic deity called Paru Hang  which actually is not a name of the divinity but simply means the Lord (or King) of Paru. Although it may sound odd to our modern ears, it is traditional cultural heritage of the Kiratis, it is considered to be an expression of respect to so address; for example, a man may be called so-and-so’s …

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