- The Sand
Mandala pages on the ArtNetwork site explain the construction and significance of
Tibetan sand mandalas. Illustrated with colour photographs.
- History in the Making:
an article on the nuns of Keydong Thukche Choling, a sister nunnery in Kathmandu,
who made a sand mandala during their visit to Trinity College in Hartford, CT in 1998.
From the Hartford Advocate.
Center of the Circle: A Mandala Resource includes a large section of fascinating links
on Tibetan sand
- The Art of Tibetan
Sand Painting shows the construction of a Hayagriva sand mandala created by the monks
of Sera Je Monastery in February in 1996.
- Healing The Earth
is an online exhibit based upon the 1997 visit of the monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery
to the Canadian Museum of Civilization, showing their day-by-day construction of the
Medicine Buddha sand mandala.
centres and teachers in North America
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sponsors of the nuns' tour in North America
- Creating the
Mandala at Holy Names College - Oakland, CA, March 23-April 3 (see also the Oakland Tribune
article on this visit).
- Lion's Roar Mandala -
Sacramento, CA, April 4-6.
Choling - Victoria, BC, May 27-28.
- Zuru Ling
Society - Vancouver, BC, June 1-10.
the Sacred River conference (Midwest Odyssey) - River Falls, WI, August 3.
- Grand Rapids, MI, August 18-19.
- Kadampa Center
- Raleigh, NC, October 20-31.
Tibetan Society - Charleston, SC, November 2-3.
- Shi-Ho Center -
San Diego, December 4.