Banned In Tibet
Banned In Tibet: A banned and seemingly incomplete Tibetan flag is painted on a prominent wall, its three-sided yellow border represents the flourishing of the Buddha’s teachings and the side without a border represents Tibet’s openness to non-Buddhist thought, McLeod-Ganj India.
- © copyright 2015 Robert Chrosciewicz
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- 5184x3456 / 102.6MB
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