The Nepalese Newar Buddhism’s core components are the Three Jewels: the Buddha, the dharma (Buddhist teachings and behavioral code), and the sangha (monastic community). Uniqueness of this iconography is that each of these elements is personified by a different figure: a Buddha (generally Shakyamuni Buddha), Prajnaparamita (the embodiment of perfect wisdom), and Avalokiteshvara (the embodiment of compassion) respectively. Newar Buddhist texts emphasize the efficacy of taking refuge in the Three Jewels, focusing on their authority and protective ability.
It may sound crazy but we been doing research to understand and to make decision whether to invest in hydropower plant in Nepal. There are strengths and weaknesses as well as opportunities and threats. What do you think about our concept?
People like to go out and eat at restaurants and diners. Good food is really important. However, a good attraction is also one key factor to attract customers. What this business can do is provide ideas to decorate the restaurants. Reviews show that environment is very important to make customers feel comfortable.
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We had an opportunity to go to an event called Cornstalks. This is where startup entrepreneurs come and share their stories. It is very important that we build relationships and connect with different and diverse people. One reason is because we never know what they will give you when we interact. Even if they are not part of your industry, chances are, they might know somebody who is going to help you out.
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How do you make people see the beauty of Buddhist art without bringing religion?