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    $110.00
    Atsara or religious Clown is prominent figure especially at the Tshechu Festivals. Atsara is believed to be the jester of Buddhas and he imparts the religious teachings through his jest and humour, at times by mocking the people.
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    $100.00
    Atsara or religious Clown is prominent figure especially at the Tshechu Festivals. Atsara is believed to be the jester of Buddhas and he imparts the religious teachings through his jest and humour, at times by mocking the people.
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    $100.00
    Atsara or religious Clown is prominent figure especially at the Tshechu Festivals. Atsara is believed to be the jester of Buddhas and he imparts the religious teachings through his jest and humour, at times by mocking the people.
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    $100.00
    Atsara or religious Clown is prominent figure especially at the Tshechu Festivals. Atsara is believed to be the jester of Buddhas and he imparts the religious teachings through his jest and humour, at times by mocking the people.
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    $100.00
    Atsara or religious Clown is prominent figure especially at the Tshechu Festivals. Atsara is believed to be the jester of Buddhas and he imparts the religious teachings through his jest and humour, at times by mocking the people.
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    They are highly regarded in tantric practices, and are the guards of the eight cremation grounds, situated on the edges of the cosmic diagram or the mandala.
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    Dance of the Lord of the Cremation Ground or Dhurdag chham is a skeleton at work. But this dance, with the least number of participants, four dancers, is among the deities that protect the Buddha Dharma.
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    $165.00
    The elaborately carved mask is richly decorated and shows black dots on a green background enriched with golden ornaments. Short white horns, which are removable, embellish the dragon. To enjoy the mask, it can be placed on a shelf or hung on the wall
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    $350.00
    The deer mask with its magnificent antlers and the detailed painting is used together with bright yellow skirts in mystical mask dances during Tshechus, the traditional festivals in Bhutan. This dance is performed in gratitude for Guru Rinpoche.
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    $120.00
    The elaborately carved mask is richly decorated and painted in great detail. It shows black circles on a dark brown background enriched with golden ornaments. Short white horns, which are removable, embellish this piece of art. 
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    $230.00
    Bhutan is able to support the art of fine mask-making, perhaps because it’s still preserve its culture and craftsmanship for its age old tradition. This mask of Yama, Lord of the Underworld, is a beautiful example of what can still be purchased in that remote Himalayan country. Craftsmanship is alive and well. And yes, these masks are still used during...
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    $120.00
    Garuda is a horned bird-like mythical creature and one of the four venerable animals (the four dignities) in the Bhutanese mysticism. Together, the four dignities help people during their life to achieve happiness. Garuda is the ruler of the skies, symbolising fearlessness and strength.
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