These two complementary calendars act as a useful support for the practice of Tibetan Buddhism, which follows a lunar calendar. Both the desk and pocket calendars are displaying Tibetan and Gregorian calendar dates and the most important days for specific practices.
The desk calendar runs from January to December and gathers a collection of splendid black and white photographs depicting hand mudrās in high quality print. Each page can be easily detached and kept as a reminder or framed.
The pocket calendar starts and ends on Tibetan New Year, between February and March. It is more detailed as it is organized by week, and provides a wealth of thumb size pictures of Buddhas and historical masters. This calendar also indicates the combination of elements and other Tibetan astrological information—an excellent reference to schedule all kinds of tasks.