Bardo

In Tibetan Buddhism, an intermediate state of existence, usually referring to the state between life and rebirth.
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Bardo

In Tibetan Buddhism, an intermediate state of existence, usually referring to the state between life and rebirth.
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Bardo

The Tibetan word bardo (བར་དོ་ Wylie: bar do) means literally `intermediate state`—also translated as `transitional state` or `in-between state` or `liminal state`. In Sanskrit the concept has the name antarabhāva. It is a concept which arose soon after the Buddha`s passing, with a number of earlier Buddhist groups acceptin...
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Bardo

In Portugal, common training system , in which the vines on wires between poles made ​​of wood or concrete can be drawn.
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BARDO

Intermediate state of existence. The time between death and rebirth.
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