The main body of calligraphy is a special ‘high’ form
of Uchen, inspired by a 16th century manuscript from Tsurphu Monastery, the main seat of the Karmapa Lama’s in central Tibet.
The first dark maroon characters read ‘Namo’ in Lantsa script and this translates as ‘homage’. At the end of the prayer is a ‘full stop’
character in the same Lantsa script. The smaller lettering in red at the end of the refuge prayer, translates as “The Four Fold Refuge”
The four objects of refuge are highlighted throughout the main body of calligraphy in rust red mineral paint that read Lama, Buddha, Dharma and Sangha’
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