Tibetan handicrafts are diverse, ranging from ordinary wear accessories to pilgrimage use of the prayer wheels. There are delicate and inexpensive handmade products, but also gorgeous Tibetan knives, Thangka, and other crafts.

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Process of Tibetan Crafts

Central Asian styles certainly reached central Tibet well before the 9th century, but, after that date, it was India and Nepal that were to have lasting influences on the development of Tibetan art.

Tibetan Craft of Himalayas

Tibetan Art was popularly regarded and intended to be used as Meditation Aids. Mostly, Tibetan painting is in the form of murals and frescoes which are painted on monastery walls. They actually depict bodhisattvas, scenes from the life of Buddha, Tibetan gods, portraits of famous lamas, “apsaras” (angels), and demonlike “dharmpalas” stomping on human bodies.

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