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I have been welcomed with so much kindness and compassion into the gallery and it has made my experience in Kathmandu one I will remember forever. The in depth explanations of the Nepalese Thanka and its meaning to the people has inspired me in learning, and hopefully-to practice one day. I have experienced many conversations about Buddhist Philosophy and what it means to view an authentic Thanka, and to feel its true power and energy. It has been a real pleasure meeting everyone, learning and being treated like family. I look forward to keeping in contact with the academy, and hopefully to one day organize a partnership with Australia, and spread the light and beauty of this ancient art around the western world. Namaste. 
Zac Miguel
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Green Tara (Tibetan language Pagma Drolma), is one of the principal forms of Arya Tara. Green is also regarded as the consort of Buddha Amoghasiddha.The practice of Green Tara helps to overcome fear and anxiety of all kinds and bring happiness. Tara represents the entire enlightened activities of all Buddha and hence she is called the mother of the Buddhas .According to a sutra,Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva had been saving and ferrying out from the ocean of suffering enumerable beings. But when he found further countless being still plunged onto this ocean of suffering and still to be saved, his hear ached so much out of compassion and tears turned into lotus flowers, wherein Green Tara and White Tara appeared. They vowed before Avolokiteshvara that they would help in liberating living beings. The practice of Green Tara helps to overcome eight fears they are: Lions and pride, delusions and wild elephants, hatred and forest fires, snakes and envy , robbers and fanatical views, prisons and avarice, demons and doubt.

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