Dharma Wheel


Ibolya Horvath
by saamiblog
published on 03 April 2017
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The Dharmachakra (Skt: wheel of the law with eight spokes) represents the Eightfold Path (Right View, Right Resolve, Right Speech, Right Actions, Right Occupation, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right Concentration).
Konark Sun temple in Odisha, Odisa, Orissa, India, c. 1200 CE.

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