THE TEA CEREMONY

Cha no yu (“hot water for tea”), known in the West as the tea ceremony, is a social and spiritual ceremony practiced in Japan, socalled Chado or Sado (“Way of Tea”). It is one of the most famous traditional arts of zen. READ MORE

KIMONO WEARING

Traditional Japanese garment finely weaved in silk, represents one of the major symbol of the traditional Japanese culture.
The art of wearing the kimono hides a complex ritual passed on faithfully during the years. READ MORE

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LANTERN CEREMONY

Made of paper and bamboo, sky lanterns are used in the Far East for more than 2000 years. An irresistible and impressive show is what given by the sky lanterns. A show that will envelop you with its light and its heat ...

KATANA SHOWING AND CLEANING

The katana is the Japanese long sword. The weapon was usually carried by members of the warrior class with the wakizashi, a shorter second sword. The combination of the two swords was called daisho. It represented power or social status and honor of the samurai, the warriors who worked for the daimyo (feudal lord). READ MORE

ORIGAMI

The art of folding the paper is born in China on the first century AD. Then it spread into Japan, where it found its ideal ground. READ MORE

IKEBANA

Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging formerly known as Kado. The Ikebana is a very old art born in the East (India, China). It has developed only in Japan for the artistic and religious background. READ MORE

MANDALA CEREMONY

Mandala (Sanskrit sent, literally, “essence” (send) + “possessed” or “contain” (la). The mandala represents, according to the Buddhists, the process by which the cosmos was shaped from its center, through an articulated symbolism allows a sort of journey of initiation that allows you to grow within. READ MORE

RECITING ZEN POEMS

Haiku is a poem consist of three phrases of five, seven and five syllables respectively. It is a poem of simple tones which draws its power from the nature and seasons using minimum terms. READ MORE

GANGA – JALA – YAJNA GANGE CEREMONY

The Ganga-JalaPuja is the ‘twinning ceremony “between the sacred river Ganges and another water basin. READ MORE

VEDIC CEREMONY OF WARRIORS

The Vedic ceremony of the Kshatriya warriors first the battle is an indian custom old of 5000 years that lasted for 3 days. READ MORE

SHODO THE ART OF JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY

“Shodo” (literally: Art of the Write) is the Japanese Art of Calligraphy. Derived by the corresponding Chinese Art (“Shufa”), Shodo has influenced other forms of Japanese arts, such as “Sumi-e”: a style of painting that employs, like the write, the Indian ink.
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FABRIC PAINTING

Yuzen is the art of painting on fabric, whose name derives from a famous fan painter Yuzensai Miyazaki who invented in the seventeenth century. READ MORE

AGNIHOTRA THE FIRE CEREMONY

Agni-hotra is a Vedic sacrifice ceremony (Yajna) performed for 50 centuries by Brahmana priests inside temples on holidays, ceremonies and sacraments of Hindu-Vedic tradition READ MORE

BONSAI

The word “Bonsai” is Japanese and composed from two ideograms . One means tray (Bon) and another means “educate(Sai)” in sense of cultivate. READ MORE

SUISEKI, MODELLED STONES BY WATER

Suiseki (literally: “Modeled Stone by water”) is the Japanese art to arrange stones, found in nature and with a particular aspect, in a pleasant way and able to encourage the meditation. READ MORE

ABHISEKA, BATH CEREMONY OF GODS

The word Abhiseka from Sanskrit means “sprinkling”. It is a very popular religious ceremony of Indian Vedic culture in Buddhism and Jainism, well known as “Bath ceremony” of gods, and it is held on the particular holidays. READ MORE

 

HINDU WEDDING

The Hindu wedding, the predominant culture, is not only the union of a man and a woman, but also for their families. READ MORE

ASIAN WARRIORS ARCHERY

Ancient technique deriving from Sacred Code of the Ksatriya warriors. They were ancient warriors and administrators of the Indian society.READ MORE

TIBETAN CALLIGRAPHY

After the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1950, a large number of Tibetans left their country and founded a lot of communities in India, Nepal and in some european countries.
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TRADITIONAL TIBETAN SCULPTURE

Exibition of Tibetan sculpture by the artist Tashi Dahupten READ MORE