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A paubhā (Devanagari: पौभा) is a traditional religious painting made by the Newar people of Nepal. Paubhas depict deities, mandalas or monuments, and are used to help the practitioners in meditation. 


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Vajrapāni is one of the earliest Dharmapalas of Mahayana Buddhism. Vajrapani is empowered and entrusted to teach by the Buddha. 


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In the Hindu religious text Mahakala is regarded as the ultimate form of Lord Shiva, the destroyer of all elements. It is believed that there is nothing beyond him, no elements, no dimensions not even time. That is why he is called 'Maha' meaning greater than time or 'Kaal' Kaal is also known as (time or death).


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Chandra Mandala 


This mandala is believed to call forth the moon's energy, which is linked to feelings, intuition, and the subconscious mind.


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Natural minral pigments 

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