Photographer's Note

A prayer wheel (mani korlo in Tibetan) is a pertaining to worship object used by the Tibetans practitioner Buddhism. The traditional prayer wheel is made up with a cylinder filled of will mantras and being able to turn freely around; an axis. According to the beliefs associated with this object, to actuate such a mill with the same spiritual value to recite the prayer of will mantra, the prayer being supposed to spread itself thus in the airs as if it were marked .
The mills often laid out in long series are put moving one after other by the faithful one which passes in front of them. The faithful one moves the mills with its right hand.
And the mill must be turned in the direction of the watch’s needles, so that will mantra it is read in the direction where he was written

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