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Tibetan Buddhist Mandala

Clip: 10/12/2007 | 3m 26s

Monks from the Dalai Lama's private monastery in India spent five days building a sand mandala at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. The mandala is a symbolic structure that represents a Buddha's dwelling. It is said to bring peace and harmony to the area where it is being made. Karen Humphries Sallick, who organized the monks' tour, explains.

Aired: 10/12/07

Rating: NR

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