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Holy light / Generator

Holy light
Holy light

Prayer wheels, called Chokhor in Tibetan, are very common religious objects in monastery or other places of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetans wrap the prayer wheel full with scriptures. According to Tibetan Buddhist doctrines, turning prayer wheel once equals to read all scriptures of prayer wheel one time. There are handles at the bottom of prayer wheels that can be used to push. According to Tibetan Buddhism, the more times you turn, the more merits you worship and practice. In Tibetan, no matter what lamas, believers and visitors bring a pious heart to turn the Holy drum. The specific method of this design, that is, rotating prayer wheels pro

University

Southwest Jiaotong University

Southwest Jiaotong University
Chengdu, China

Design

Southwest Jiaotong University

Southwest Jiaotong University
Chengdu, China

Liu Feng;Shao Yang