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S.D.F.D.C. Sponsors a Stupa at the Garden of 1000 Buddhas August 20, 2010

  I am excited and pleased to announce that the Sonoran Desert Faerie Dust Clan has decided to sponsor one of the Stupa’s being

Garden of 1000 Buddhas

 hand-carved at the Garden of 1000 Buddhas site in Montana where the faerie clan  previously donated dried flower contributions for the upcoming visit by the Dalai Lama next year!

The Female Buddha, Tara

  “1000 stupas, each hand-carved from white volcanic stone and enshrining a small statue of the female Buddha Tara, will adorn the outer circle.”  This is the description from the Buddhist website about the creation of the garden.  (Please visit their website to look at the development of the beautiful garden). 

   The Garden creators allow for a plaque to be engraved and placed under each Stupa (Statue of the femal Buddha, Tara) in recognition and honor of whomever we choose.  The faeries would like to say that they have graciously dedicated this statue to the two ancient sisters that our readers met in previous posts, Morla and Tara, in Tucson.

   Meet Tara at my earlier post:

Miss Tara Turtle the Ancient Twin

Meet Morla the Ancient One

   Meet Morla at my earlier post:

  The dedication plaque will read: 

                  “For Tara and Morla, The Ancient Turtle Twins”

   We are quite excited!


(Words by:  Shannon Sullivan

Buddhist Stupa

  Adventure & Dedication by: S.D.F.D.C. – Sonoran Desert Faerie Dust Clan

  Photo of Garden by:  EWAM website

   Photo of Tara and Morla by:  Shanno Sullivan

    Gratitude to:  Our Readers!  Thank you)


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