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Learn why Buddhist monks spent 29 hours creating a sacred sand mandala, then symbolically dismantled it and poured the sand into the Chattachoochee River

Tibetan Buddhist monks with the Mystical Arts of Tibet spent a week in residency at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts building a mandala sand painting dedicated to conflict resolution and world harmony. About 100 onlookers watched the ritual dismantling, then walked with the monks to the Chattahoochee River where the sand was poured into the water
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Learn why Buddhist monks spent 29 hours creating a sacred sand mandala, then symbolically dismantled it and poured the sand into the Chattachoochee River 2:42

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