A stūpa is a reliquary, usually dome-shaped, which contains relics, especially those of the Buddha. Stūpas serve as objects of veneration and as places to perform acts of worship, such as prayer, aspiration, offering, and especially circumambulation.
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“Basically all the deities are the nature of compassion and emptiness; but Tara is special in two ways: firstly, she is in motherly figure, and secondly, she is an emanation of Avalokiteshvara, the manifestation of all the Buddhas’ compassion. Therefore, there is a particular connection between compassion and Tara.” —His Holiness the Sakya Trichen > Click here to read the complete teaching “A Teaching on Tara”