One of the best examples of Buddhist art in China is the rich collection of the Buddhist frescoes (wall-paintings) in the Dunhuang Shiku (Tunhuang caves). It is said that if the frescoes are placed side by side, the total length would be well over 25 km and would probably make the largest art gallery in the world. For a brief history of Dunhuang, please click here.

In this issue of "Buddhist Door", we present 13 images from the Dunhuang frescoes. Please click on any of the following images to see more details.