An undertaking of Federation of Handicraft Associations of Nepal in collaboration with Nepal Government.
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Traditional windows photo archive (Rs.200)               Traditional Nepali Designs Vol. 1 with CD(RS.250)
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Iconography of Nepalese Buddhism
The book is envisaged to provide some facts, materials and information relating to Vajrayana Buddhism prevailing in Nepal and some from Tibet.It has been long felt craftsmen, Artist collector and above all the researchers that there was a dearth of books, which could quench the thirst for the extensive knowledge of Buddhism.The publication of the book provides a great extent of assistance to fulfill existing gap of knowledge regarding historical, cultural and religious meaning and artistic value of Buddhist Icons.The book contents mainly the description of Dharmakaya, Sambhoyakaya, Nirmankaya, Gurus of Buddhism, Great Eight Boddhisattvas Form of Avalokiteshavara, Form of Manjushree, Form of Taras, Dharmapal, Lokpals and many more about the Iconography of Nepalese Buddhism. 
 
Short Description of God, Goddess & Ritual objects of Buddhism & Hinduism
The book accounts shortly about the Buddhism and its sub sector like Himalayan Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism, Vajrayana Buddhism as well as Hinduism. It enumerates about the ritual objects that are used while observing and performing the different religion activities accordingly as per the Buddhism and Hinduism in the country. There are mentioned briefly about the god, goddesses and different deities who are homaged by Buddhist and Hindus respectively in the book. On the other hand it is also described very shortly regarding the postures, pedestals, gestures and sitting position of god goddesses and deities of Buddhism and Hinduism in the book.

The book might be of great use and assistance for the people who are interested to have brief insight of Buddhism and Hinduism. Similarly it could be also a source of information regarding the tradition, culture and heritage of Nepalese people and its could be a tool to enhance the promotion and development of handicraft industries as it gives the brief description of metal statues of different god goddesses and ritual objects of religious activities.
 
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