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Shuka Raj

B/W Four-armed Avalokiteshvara

B/W Four-armed Avalokiteshvara

Artist : Shuka Raj

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In this beautiful black and white painting by Shuka Raj Tamang, Avalokiteshvara is shown in his four-armed form, or 'Six-syllable' (Skt. sadaksari) aspect, which relates to his famous six-syllable mantra: OM MA-NI PA-DME-HUM. Lokeshvara sits gracefully in vajra-posture upon a white...

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Vidyadhari Yogini

Vidyadhari Yogini

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Vidyadhari, the 'Knowledge holder', manifests as one of the four principal aspects of Vajrayogini in the Newar Buddhist tradition, where she is known as Bidjeshwori Yogini. The Bidjeshwori temple in Kathmandu is situated above the western bank of the Vishnumati River on the road to Swayambhu, and...

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B/W Manjushri with Consorts

B/W Manjushri with Consorts

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom, is venerated in Nepal as the enlightened being who brought all knowledge, skill and learning to the Kathmandu Valley. Manjushri first came to Nepal from his 'five-peaked' mountain abode of Wutai Shan in China, bringing his two consorts and many of his disciples...

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Green Tara (Early Newar)

Green Tara (Early Newar)

Artist : Shuka Raj

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This composition is based upon the famous late 13th century thangka painting of Green Tara in the Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio, which some art historians now attribute to the work of a brilliant Newar artist named Arniko. At the age of seventeen Arniko brought a group of about eighty Newar...

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Vajrayogini (Naro Khandroma)

Vajrayogini (Naro Khandroma)

Artist : Shuka Raj

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This composition depicts Vajrayogini (Tib. Dorje Naljorma) in her form as Naro Khandroma or 'Naropa's Dakini'. Vajrayogini belongs to the Highest Yoga Tantra class of deities and is the principle female yidam deity or dakini in the Vajrayana Buddhist pantheon. As the consort of Chakrasamavara she...

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Ardhanarishvara

Ardhanarishvara

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Ardhanarishvara, the 'Lord (ishvara) who is half (ardha) woman (nari)', is a composite form of Shiva and his consort Shakti (Parvati), fused into one body as Shiva-Shakti. In this beautiful painting by Sukha Raj, the trinity of Shiva-Shakti and their two sons, Ganesha and Kumara, appear together as...

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Namasangiti

Namasangiti

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Namasangiti (Tib: mtshan-brjod), is a special twelve-armed aspect of Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom, that is of particular importance in the Newar Buddhist tradition, where he is also regarded as an emanation of Vairocana Buddha, who appears above his head in this composition. Namasangiti,...

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Vidyadhari (Akash Yogini)

Vidyadhari (Akash Yogini)

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Vidyadhari, the 'Knowledge Holder', manifests as one of the four principal aspects of Vajrayogini in the Newar Buddhist tradition, where she is commonly known as Bidjeshwori Devi, or Akash-yogini, the ‘Sky (Skt. akasha) or Space-going’ aspect of the goddess Vajrayogini. The Bijeshwori temple...

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Maitreya Buddha

Maitreya Buddha

Artist : Shuka Raj

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Maitreya, meaning the ‘Loving One’, is the bodhisattva who is destined to become the future Buddha of the next ‘auspicious era’ or bhadrakalpa. As a bodhisattva Maitreya presently abides in the celestial heaven or pure land of Tushita or Ganden (Tib. dGa’-ldan), meaning the ‘Joyous’,...

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B/W Vajradhara (Urgyen Dorje Chang)

B/W Vajradhara (Urgyen Dorje Chang)

Artist : Shuka Raj

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This sepia composition depicts the ‘Primordial Buddha’ Vajradhara in union with his consort, Vajrayogini, which is the dharmakaya form that the ‘Precious Guru’, Guru Rinpoche or Padmasambhava, assumed when he received the Mahayoga teachings directly from Vajrasattva. In this form...

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