4-door painted Tibet cabinet
Product Id
BEJ-08267
Description
This style of cabinet is the common style for Tibetan cabinet.The painting on the doors are 4-petaled flowers which is symbolic of the four Noble Truths in Tibetan buddhism. This cabinet was previously used as buddhist storage cabinet in Tibet.
Dimensions
H53 x D23 x W56 cm
Material
pine wood
Origin
China
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Geography

Tibet

hemmed in by the high Himalayas, Tibet is a plateau region in Central Asia often called the ‘Roof of the World’.  Its inaccessibility has lured adventurers and explorers from all over the world, who are rewarded for their efforts with breath-taking vistas.
Tibet is mostly under the administration of the People’s Republic of China but it is also officially claimed by the Republic of China (Taiwan).  The Chinese government and the Government of Tibet in Exile since 1959 disagree over when Tibet became a part of China and whether its incorporation into China was Read more
Culture
Buddhism At least 300 million people around the world are practicing Buddhists and it is estimated that perhaps another 300 million people practice a Chinese folk or traditional religion which is a mix of various religious beliefs including Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Buddhism is considered by some to be the fourth-largest religion in the world, behind Christianity, Islam and Hinduism, but in some countries, including China, Vietnam and North Korea, it is difficult to know how many people consider themselves to be Buddhists. Buddhist beliefs have also influenced Western Read more
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