Un kumbum est un chörten tibétain de grande taille constituant un bâtiment, comparable à un temple.La base d'un kumbum regroupe sur plusieurs étages des chapelles abritant des statues de divinités bouddhiques. Son nom provient de l'expression tibétaine kumbum (translittération Wylie : Sku 'bum) qui signifie « cent mille images saintes ».

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  • Un kumbum est un chörten tibétain de grande taille constituant un bâtiment, comparable à un temple.La base d'un kumbum regroupe sur plusieurs étages des chapelles abritant des statues de divinités bouddhiques. Son nom provient de l'expression tibétaine kumbum (translittération Wylie : Sku 'bum) qui signifie « cent mille images saintes ».
  • Кумбум — изящный тибетский храм в форме многоярусной ступы со множеством внутренних залов и алтарей на каждом уровне.Всего в Тибете существует три кумбума. Наиболее знаменитый из них находится на территории монастыря Пелкор Чёде в Гьянце.Этот четырёхъярусный кумбум был построен в 1440, по окружности многих этажей расположено 108 комнат, внутри которых помещены буддийские статуи и более 10 тысяч настенных изображений.
  • A Kumbum (Tibetan: "One hundred thousand holy images", Wylie: Sku-'bum) is a multi-storied aggregate of Buddhist chapels in Tibet. It forms part of Palcho Monastery.The first Kumbum was founded in the fire-sheep year 1427 by a Gyantse prince. It has nine lhakangs or levels, is 35 metres (115 ft) high surmounted by a golden dome, and contains 77 chapels which line its walls. Many of the statues were damaged during the Cultural Revolution but have since been replaced with clay images, though they lack the artistic merit of the originals. The 14th century murals showing Newari and Chinese influences, survived much better.The Kumbum or great gomang (many-doored) chorten at Gyantse is a three-dimensional mandala, meant to portray the Buddhist cosmos. The Kumbum, like other mandalas, which are portrayed by a circle within a square, enables the devotee to take part in the Buddhist perception of the universe and can depict one's potential as they move through it. Mandalas are meant to aid an individual on the path to enlightenment. The Kumbum holds a vast number of images of deities throughout its structure with Vajradhara (Sanskrit:Vajradhāra, Tibetan: rdo rje 'chang (Dorje Chang), English: Vajraholder), the cosmic Buddha, at the top."The lhakangs of the nine levels of the Kumbum, decreasing in number at each level, are structured according to the compendium of Sakya tantras called Drubtab Kantu. Thus each lhakang and each level creates a mandala, and the entire Kumbum represents a three-dimensional path to the Buddha's enlightenment in terms of increasingly subtle tantric mandalas." The best known Kumbum is the Gyantse Kumbum, built in 1497 by a prince of Gyantse, but there are other surviving examples at Jonang, built by Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen and consecrated in 1333, and the Chung Riwoche Kumbun at Päl Riwoche which was built by Thang Tong Gyalpo who began work on it in 1449. A further Kumbum is at Kumbum Monastery (Ta'er Si) near Xining in Qinghai province.[citation needed]
  • Kumbum is een term uit de architectuur van Tibetaans boeddhistische kapellen in Tibet.Kumbum betekent vertaald honderdduizend heilige beelden' en verwijst naar de bouwstijl waarbij boeddhistische kapellen trapsgewijs op elkaar gestapeld zijn.Er zijn maar enkele kumbums in Tibet waaronder het Palcho- en het Kumbumklooster.
  • Kumbum je několikapatrová stavba buddhistického charakteru vyskytující se v Tibetu. Skládá z mnoha nad sebou navršených malých místností sloužících jako obydlí pro božstva či malé chrámy a z čhörtenů. V Tibetu je takovýchto staveb více, nejznámější se však nachází v Gjance.
  • Ein Kumbum (tib.: sku 'bum; „Hunderttausend heilige Bilder“) ist ein Stupa, bzw. Chörten, der viele „heilige Bilder“ (bsp. Tsa-Tsas) enthält. Besonders bekannt ist der Kumbum der Pelkhor Chöde in Gyantse.Kumbum ist außerdem Bestandteil des Namens des Klosters Kumbum Champa Ling.
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  • Un kumbum est un chörten tibétain de grande taille constituant un bâtiment, comparable à un temple.La base d'un kumbum regroupe sur plusieurs étages des chapelles abritant des statues de divinités bouddhiques. Son nom provient de l'expression tibétaine kumbum (translittération Wylie : Sku 'bum) qui signifie « cent mille images saintes ».
  • Кумбум — изящный тибетский храм в форме многоярусной ступы со множеством внутренних залов и алтарей на каждом уровне.Всего в Тибете существует три кумбума. Наиболее знаменитый из них находится на территории монастыря Пелкор Чёде в Гьянце.Этот четырёхъярусный кумбум был построен в 1440, по окружности многих этажей расположено 108 комнат, внутри которых помещены буддийские статуи и более 10 тысяч настенных изображений.
  • Kumbum is een term uit de architectuur van Tibetaans boeddhistische kapellen in Tibet.Kumbum betekent vertaald honderdduizend heilige beelden' en verwijst naar de bouwstijl waarbij boeddhistische kapellen trapsgewijs op elkaar gestapeld zijn.Er zijn maar enkele kumbums in Tibet waaronder het Palcho- en het Kumbumklooster.
  • Kumbum je několikapatrová stavba buddhistického charakteru vyskytující se v Tibetu. Skládá z mnoha nad sebou navršených malých místností sloužících jako obydlí pro božstva či malé chrámy a z čhörtenů. V Tibetu je takovýchto staveb více, nejznámější se však nachází v Gjance.
  • Ein Kumbum (tib.: sku 'bum; „Hunderttausend heilige Bilder“) ist ein Stupa, bzw. Chörten, der viele „heilige Bilder“ (bsp. Tsa-Tsas) enthält. Besonders bekannt ist der Kumbum der Pelkhor Chöde in Gyantse.Kumbum ist außerdem Bestandteil des Namens des Klosters Kumbum Champa Ling.
  • A Kumbum (Tibetan: "One hundred thousand holy images", Wylie: Sku-'bum) is a multi-storied aggregate of Buddhist chapels in Tibet. It forms part of Palcho Monastery.The first Kumbum was founded in the fire-sheep year 1427 by a Gyantse prince. It has nine lhakangs or levels, is 35 metres (115 ft) high surmounted by a golden dome, and contains 77 chapels which line its walls.
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