Tibetan is a land surrounded by mystery and spiritualism, not to forget His Holiness the Dalai Lama as well. Objets Tibétains have always been associated with beliefs, faith and even with the rituals followed by the people of Tibet. If you take a good look at all their art work and craftsmanship, you would find their culture beaming bright through rock art work, dolls, rugs, Tibetan silver jewelry, such as bagues en argent and even their architecture as well.

 

Tibetan is a land surrounded by mystery and spiritualism, not to forget His Holiness the Dalai Lama as well. Objets Tibétains have always been associated with beliefs, faith and even with the rituals followed by the people of Tibet. If you take a good look at all their art work and craftsmanship, you would find their culture beaming bright through rock art work, dolls, rugs, Tibetan silver jewelry, such as bagues en argent and even their architecture as well.

 

Tibetans are very strict about preserving their culture and their culture dates back to more than 3000 years. Objets Tibétains are inspired by carvings and paintings, such as stone art and rock art. Such works of art defined the way Buddhism spread and how the common Tibetan man adopted his lifestyle along the lines of such faiths and beliefs. Some art work even shows how Tibetans would hunt for food and other necessities as well. Some bagues en argent clearly would show well ornate designs of the “mahasiddha” or the “yogi” in various colors on them.

 

Objets Tibétains such as rugs are very famous and well known across the globe. It was when foreigners started to look for exotic items that they discovered the intrinsic value of rugs made in Tibet. This was somewhere in the early 1900’s when Tibetan rugs made its presence to the western world through the eyes of visiting foreigners in the Himalayan belly. The westerners were indeed impressed by the range of Tibetan rugs which looked like colorful sheets as decoration objets spread around every home they went to. They were even impressed with the bracelets tibetain and the bagues en argent made in Tibet and which most men and women wore as well.

 

Most of the Objets Tibétains such as rugs have somewhat a Chinese influence on them, especially with designs and motifs, says a source. The embroidery on each of them is intricate and the patterns are individually placed from one rug to another. The rugs are so famous and are used for various purposes today, such as for flooring needs, sleeping bags and even makeshift shears and curtains. Talking about Tibetan metal work, how can one not mention the beautiful bagues en argent for which Tibet is known?

 

In Tibetan culture, the statue of Gods and Goddesses were molded from either metal or stone. You may have heard about the “mohras” or the “hand poses of Lord Shiva”? Such Objets Tibétains representing the poses were and are still very popular amongst many across the globe. Most of the metal objects and fashion wear is inspired by the temples and religious beliefs and Tibetan rituals. You would see plenty of evidence on bagues en argent made in Tibet to show you how deep rooted the Tibetan folks is with their culture, even in today’s modern age of technology.

 

Objets Tibétains and holy jewels have always been inseparable as shown on savdana. You would find them to be beaded, and in silver or gold. They come in the form of bracelets, necklaces, hair décor, anklets, and even bagues en argent as well. It is said the metal silver has healing properties and can even drive away demons as well.

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