Photo Dharma (Over 15,000 photographs of Buddhist archeological sites)

Pictures of revered teachers, places, rupas, temples, bhikkhus, shrine rooms etc. that bring inspiration to our members. Pilgrimage advice, devotion etc.
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Lucas Oliveira
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Photo Dharma (Over 15,000 photographs of Buddhist archeological sites)

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Photo Dharma

Over 15,000 photographs of Buddhist archeological sites, pilgrimage centres, and temples in SE Asia, as well as Videos, Maps, Posters, etc. Please feel free to use the photographs to make more works with them, in accordance with the Creative Commons license on the page where you find them.

https://www.photodharma.net/



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Thanks for sharing incredible work of Anandajoti bhikkhu, great work
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If it would be given toward the Sangha, Parisa, one could even make use of it. Not so of course if, if good, traded and surely for the increase of wrong view if such "flowers" are even provided by Bhikkhus, yet not even given, not own...

It's not so good to praise of what is worthy to be blamed, and so take care.
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Samana_Johann wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 8:02 am If it would be given toward the Sangha, Parisa, one could even make use of it. Not so of course if, if good, traded and surely for the increase of wrong view if such "flowers" are even provided by Bhikkhus, yet not even given, not own...

It's not so good to praise of what is worthy to be blamed, and so take care.
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Sri Lankans (even I) never believed this story of tsunami (one thousand years ago) until we experienced tsunami in 2004.
The story is that the king killed an Arahant in a pot of boiling oil after incorrectly suspecting the Arahant had an affair with the queen.
The gods punish the king by a way of tsunami.


https://www.photodharma.net/Sri-Lanka/K ... -00095.jpg
“As the lamp consumes oil, the path realises Nibbana”
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