Altar City – derived from Clan Sect of Indian Buddhism

Altar City was derived from the Clan Sect of Indian Buddhism, which was the place where the Founder of Clan Sect and his family gathered. In the ancient time, the Clan Sect of India cultivated the “Clan Rituals” to prevent the invasion of vicious devils, thus built the round upper Altar and invited senior leaders to show the sacrifices.

Altar City is a kind of sand tray painting made with specially manufactured iron-pipe brush, with city gates and flowing figures, birds and beasts and scripts adopted as a symbol of the recycling theory of Lamaism.

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