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Sunday, April 06, 2008

Hi ma la ya sngon mo

Not because he's my countryman but because these pictures are truly spectacular. A trilingual photoblog by Zsolt Sütő, mainly from Ladakh.

And just to give Iain yet another reason to wonder about "What is it with Romanians and the Vajrabhairavatantra?" :)


Blogger Zsolt said...


9:47 am  
Blogger ronin said...

Could you have a look some time to this image here: and tell me what it says, please? Id be very grateful. Best wishes.

12:42 pm  
Blogger PDSz said...

well, it would be nice to see more of it and from a more reasonable angle. as far as I can tell, it's a conversation between the Buddha and his favourite pupil, Ānanda. This is not very unusual for sūtra-literature.

They are talking about a woman, which the Buddha [ahd set out?] to unsurpassed enlightenment in previous lives. She was also the Buddha's mother previously. It's not very correctly written though.

7:16 pm  
Blogger PDSz said...

Ha van tobb keped keziratokrol, szivesen megolvasnam oket. koszi.

7:23 pm  
Blogger ronin said...

Köszi a megolvasást! So the Buddha had set her out to enlightenment? A nice story, thank you.

Az előző kép több szemszögből:

Még kéziratok:

Ez inkább a könyvtárról szól, de van ott egy kezirat is:

Remélem nem lesz spam a kommentemből, a sok link miatt. :)

Koszi, mégegyszer, minden jót!

12:04 pm  
Blogger ronin said...

did you megolvas ezeket a képeket a fenti linkeken? if so, please let me know. all the best, zs.

2:33 pm  
Blogger PDSz said...

igen, leginkabb szutra irodalom. annyira nem izgalmas, megvan mindegyikuk. de szep keziratok, meg kell hagyni. ladakiak, nem?

6:41 pm  
Anonymous Tolla said...

You write very well.

1:36 pm  

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