The dragon in buddhism by lubo-09 (As far as I know, dragon...is a loosely translated name for Naga when Buddhism was introduced into ancient China. Naga and dragon in native Chinese mythology are quite different.)
Thai Buddhist Monk feeding a tiger from his own bowl in Tiger Temple, or Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua, which is a Theravada Buddhist temple in western Thailand that was founded in 1994 as a forest temple and sanctuary for wild animals, among them several tigers, mostly Indo-chinese Tigers.
Thumbnail of Cynthia Reccord The Matisishiku (which means Mati temple grotto) in Zhangye has more than 70 caves and shrines. Half of temple grottoes in this area is Tibetan Buddhism with the other half of Chinese Buddhism
Amazing Oriental Oil Paintings of Chinese Goddesses and Angels by Zeng Hao
Green Tara, Green Tara is a revered Buddhist deity. She is a Buddha of enlightened actions. The name Tara translates as "star" Like a shooting star streaking across the sky Goddess Tara helps to swiftly move us along on our path to liberation and freedom. If you are feeling stuck, or continue to encounter barriers with your spiritual growth, call upon Tara to help kick-start your progress. She wants to see you succeed and will help you along the way.
Copyright Tashi Mannox - tashimannox.com - Rainbow Cloud Study 51x61 cm 2006. Acrylic on stretched canvas A study of typical Tibetan rainbow clouds, that feature in Thanka painting, temple decoration and silk brocades.