By Sarah E. LichtmanThe Internet is full of interesting stories about the use of glass pipes and other “glass objects” in traditional Buddhist rituals.
But there is also an online community of glass-tongued monks who are using these objects in the form of temples and monasteries in Japan and other parts of Asia.
Some of the most elaborate and complex of these temple-based Glass Bong temples are constructed of the same glass as the bowls used in Buddhist temples, which can be seen in the photo above.
The temple, which has been in operation for decades, has an unusual feature: a “throne” of glass that houses the “thousand-year-old Buddhist tradition of making bowls and bowls for monks.”
This “thorn” of the “Throne of Glass,” as it is commonly called, sits on top of a temple wall, where the monks have their “soul” resting in meditation.
The throne of bamboo is a bamboo temple in southern Thailand.
Its walls are decorated with the traditional Buddhist symbols for a bowl.
Source: AlamyThe thong is built with bamboo as the primary building material, with a thick layer of sand or lime between the bowls and the temple walls.
The glass bowls sit atop a “stone throne” of a different color, and there are different shapes and sizes of bowls to fit the needs of the different monks.
The bowl of a Buddhist monk sitting at the “temple of the hundred years” is typically made of bamboo and a bowl of white glass.
There are also Buddhist statues and paintings of Buddha and Bodhisattvas inside the temple.
The Buddha sits at the top of the thong, surrounded by his disciples, while Bodhisatta sits at his side.
The statue of Bodhisatva, which is typically the seat of the Buddhist monks, sits at a “back” position, while a Buddha is seated on the top and left of the throne.
This image from the “Rice-Bamboo Temple” in Vietnam, which sits atop a temple in a rural area, is one of the largest Buddhist temples in the world.
A bamboo temple sits on a stone throne in the background.
Source WikipediaThe temple of the Thousand-Year-Old Buddhist Tradition in Thailand.
The image above shows the “heart” of one of those Buddhist statues.
The heart is made of the bamboo that has been laid down in the temple’s temple courtyard.
The stone throne is also made of wood, as is the statue of Buddha sitting at its back.
The “thorns” are also made from bamboo.
Source AlamyThese Buddhist statues are also found inside a temple built in Vietnam.
The walls of this temple are decorated in the traditional Buddha symbols, but the stone throne has a bamboo “thrummer” on it, which makes it seem like a throne.
The thrummer is the base of the Buddha’s feet.
This throne, like many of the temples of Southeast Asia, is built of bamboo.
It has “thorntooms” on its top, where people can sit.
A “tree” sits at its base, with an ornamental wooden table that holds water for a monk to use.
The “Thousand-Year Temple” is located in a remote area of Vietnam.
It is not possible to see it from the ground, but it is well worth the visit if you have a friend or family member visiting from the Southeast Asian region.
It’s also a nice place to practice mindfulness and meditation.
A Buddhist monk poses at a Buddhist temple in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.
Source Wikimedia The “Thailand” temple in the above photo is located just outside of Ho Chi, the capital of Thailand.
This temple is one-third the size of most Buddhist temples around the world, and is also one of few in the Southeast Asia region that has an actual Buddhist shrine to Buddha.
The temple is decorated in a traditional Buddhist symbol, with two bronze elephants at the front.
The elephant symbolizes the Buddha.
The two elephants are in the center of the temple, with the Buddha symbol above them.
A large bell towers above the elephants.
The bell is placed at the back of the elephant symbol.
The bells on both sides of the bell tower are also shaped like an elephant.
The Thai “Thai” is the traditional name for Thailand.
The bamboo “Thong” is one foot in height, and its construction is made with a bamboo mat in a bowl made of sand.
The bamboo mat is held on by a rope tied around the bowl, with one end tied behind the Buddha, who sits on the other.
It appears that this bowl has two different designs: one that looks like a bowl and one that resembles a bowl with a different shape.
The glass bowls at the temple of Buddhist monks.
Source The temple is also home to the largest glass Buddha statue in the region, which