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  • Sand mandala at Kadampa Center

    Tibetan Buddhist resident teacher Geshe Palden Sangpo constructs a mandala Saturday, November 14, 2015 at Raleigh's Kadampa Center during a four day effort to make the finely crushed marble grains into a colorful delicate image of a Buddha's universe. Visitors to Kadampa Center in west Raleigh are welcome to see the finish of the mandala Sunday morning, and after a service the mandala will be deconstructed and scattered.

Tibetan Buddhist resident teacher Geshe Palden Sangpo constructs a mandala Saturday, November 14, 2015 at Raleigh's Kadampa Center during a four day effort to make the finely crushed marble grains into a colorful delicate image of a Buddha's universe. Visitors to Kadampa Center in west Raleigh are welcome to see the finish of the mandala Sunday morning, and after a service the mandala will be deconstructed and scattered. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
Tibetan Buddhist resident teacher Geshe Palden Sangpo constructs a mandala Saturday, November 14, 2015 at Raleigh's Kadampa Center during a four day effort to make the finely crushed marble grains into a colorful delicate image of a Buddha's universe. Visitors to Kadampa Center in west Raleigh are welcome to see the finish of the mandala Sunday morning, and after a service the mandala will be deconstructed and scattered. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

Mandala painstakingly created, set for destruction

November 14, 2015 6:46 PM