Sunday, November 15, 2009


Tibetan dbu med chart

Since I just spent some time on the Web looking for this, I'm going to re-post it here, to make it more accessible for others.

My source was this blog. They aren't sure where it came from originally.

I hope it helps you students out there who want to learn to read or write Tibetan dbu med script. By the merit of our deeds, may we all pass together into the matchless bliss of perfect Buddhahood.

2 Comments:

At 8:30 PM, Blogger Raymond said...

The origin~ original sounds ? each building on the other. It astounds me to think of the ancient word and how it sought to be expressed so many different ways...so there would be communication, connection, common ground.

I hope you continue to find the treasure of the truth

The precision of the ink is an artform. thank you for sharing~

 
At 12:03 PM, Blogger tnzn said...

I agree with Raymond. When i was little, our grand-father used to make us practice writing 'u-me' with pens which he personally made out of bamboo sticks!

 

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