2021-02-25

Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills

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Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills

The picture shows the works of Thangka displayed by Jiancuo of India and Pakistan. Photo by Zhang Tianfu

Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills(1)

The picture shows the India-Pakistan tip Cuo painted a large mural of more than 30 meters in the “Life of Sakyamuni” for the Buddha Hall of Sakyamuni in Taer Monastery. Photo by Zhang Tianfu

Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills(2)

The picture shows the India-Pakistan tip Cuo’s apprentice paints thangka. Photo by Zhang Tianfu

Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills(3)

The picture shows the India-Pakistan tip Measures to display thangka works. Photo by Zhang Tianfu

Qinghai Taer Temple Artist Monk India-Ba Jiancuo: Spend a lifetime inheriting Tibetan fingertip skills(4)

The picture shows the India-Pakistan tip Measures to display the mineral pigments needed for thangka and mural creation. Photo by Zhang Tianfu

On February 25, reporters from Chinanews.com visited the Taer Monastery in Qinghai, the holy place of Tibetan Buddhism, and felt the forty years of inheritance of the Tibetan art of Taer Monastery by the “intangible heritage” inheritor India and Pakistan Jiancuo the road. The Taer Monastery in Qinghai is named after the tower was built first and then the temple was built. It is the birthplace of Tsongkhapa, the founder of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. The famous plateau flower “Ghee Flower” in this temple is similar to the colorful murals and three-dimensional Piling embroidery is collectively referred to as the “Three Wonders of Art”. India-Pakistan Jiancuo first studied Buddhist scriptures at the Kalachakra Temple in Ta’er Temple, and was later selected as an art monk for making “ghee flowers” in the upper flower courtyard of Ta’er Temple. He hopes to pass on his fingertip skills to more apprentices in the production of Caifen Kalachakra Mandala. (End)