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  • Watch Tibetan monks create sacred sand mandala, a meticulous 5-day process

    Tibetan monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery visited Cal Poly in April 2017 as part of their “Mystical Arts of Tibet” international tour. Watch the meticulous, inspiring process involved in creating a mandala using colored sand from crushed marble. And listen to Geshe Loden talk about why they will destroy the artwork when they are finished.

Tibetan monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery visited Cal Poly in April 2017 as part of their “Mystical Arts of Tibet” international tour. Watch the meticulous, inspiring process involved in creating a mandala using colored sand from crushed marble. And listen to Geshe Loden talk about why they will destroy the artwork when they are finished. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Tibetan monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery visited Cal Poly in April 2017 as part of their “Mystical Arts of Tibet” international tour. Watch the meticulous, inspiring process involved in creating a mandala using colored sand from crushed marble. And listen to Geshe Loden talk about why they will destroy the artwork when they are finished. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Tibetan monks creating sand mandalas at spots around SLO County

August 18, 2017 02:20 PM

UPDATED August 18, 2017 02:37 PM