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ASIA ART GALLERY

Objects, sculptures in wood, bone, bronze and copper embossed.Ritual amulets from Asia.

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ASIA

Asia is home to ancient cultures and peoples. This part of the world includes the Republic of Kazakhstan, the north-western provinces of China, Nepal, Tibet, Burma, Japan and other countries. In this vast territory converge the most important philosophical and mystical movements in the world. Indigenart Museum offers sacred objects of Tibetan art, culture, Buddhist and animist. Sacred representations, masks and sculptures in wood, bone, bronze and copper embossed. Natives amulets from Borneo, Sulawesi, Nepal, Bhutan, India, Thailand and Mongolia. Clear evidence of shamans Himalayan rituals that evoke unknown capable of transporting us in the last forests on high mountains and in the most remote places on the planet.

Asia Art Gallery - Bracelets

For millennia, the rural cultures of Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Mongolia and Siberia, have granted bracelets Theng Ngnà and every element that will form a precise interpretation full of mystical meanings. They are used by the monks, animists, shamans and nomadic tribes of the Himalayan region. Amulets handmade, unique and personal, compounds from rock crystal, Bodhi tree, glass beads, amber, agate, turquoise, Dzi Beads, yak bone and three metals.
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Asian Art Gallery - Objects

When Genghis Khan united the Mongol tribes in the thirteenth century, it did so according to ancient prophecies, and under the advice of shamans. Starting from a tribe lurking in the valley North of Mongolia, the ambition of this man united Eurasia transforming it into the largest empire in history. Today, from the border with Russian Siberia, the Valley Darkhat marks the boundary between the vast steppes of Central Asia and the Siberian Taiga. A great landscape littered with ritual art.
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Asia Art Gallery - Necklaces

The ancient culture of the Naga suffers repression and indifference of the civilized world. The Indian government has divided their villages into four areas (Manipur, Assam, Aruchal Pradesh and Nagaland) in the first three were the Naga ethnic group is in the minority. Even if they speak different dialects, the Naga people is a culture based on values ​​such as generosity, egalitarianism and independence. Each village is independent and follows its own right honest.
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Asia Art Gallery - Gau

The Gau are Tibetan objects of prayer. These boxes represent important amulets that contain flags with written prayers, incense and sacred mantras as the Kalachakra. Everything is contained in the interior of the housing. They are made of silver and copper widely used by people in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and Mongolia. The Gau Box is a very sacred shrine in the Himalayan Buddhist cultures.
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