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In this week’s Himalayan Buddhist Art 101, scholar Jeff Watt describes how traditional Buddhist history and art history come into direct conflict when it comes to hats (yes, hats), and what it means for the study of religious art. Read it here.In this week’s Himalayan Buddhist Art 101, scholar Jeff Watt describes how traditional Buddhist history and art history come into direct conflict when it comes to hats (yes, hats), and what it means for the study of religious art. Read it here.In this week’s Himalayan Buddhist Art 101, scholar Jeff Watt describes how traditional Buddhist history and art history come into direct conflict when it comes to hats (yes, hats), and what it means for the study of religious art. Read it here.In this week’s Himalayan Buddhist Art 101, scholar Jeff Watt describes how traditional Buddhist history and art history come into direct conflict when it comes to hats (yes, hats), and what it means for the study of religious art. Read it here.

In this week’s Himalayan Buddhist Art 101, scholar Jeff Watt describes how traditional Buddhist history and art history come into direct conflict when it comes to hats (yes, hats), and what it means for the study of religious art. Read it here.



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