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Amrit Dangol

Dakshina Kali

Dakshina Kali

Artist : Amrit Dangol

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This painting shows Dakshina Kali in her traditional standing four-armed aspect as she strides upon the recumbent body of Shiva, who reclines peacefully upon the ground with his left hand supporting his head. Shiva is bluish-white in colour, with a moustache, three eyes, and the mark of a...

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Death of King Dharmaketu

Death of King Dharmaketu

Artist : Amrit Dangol

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This sepia-toned narrative painting depicts the final moments in the life of the Buddhist King, Dharmaketu, who died at an early age. This tragic legend was first illustrated by the great Newar artist Siddhimuni Shakya, who made two small versions of this composition during the course of his life,...

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B/W Kubera

B/W Kubera

Artist : Amrit Dangol

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In Hindu mythology Kubera is a wealth-god and the king of the yaksha spirits, who originally ruled over the kingdom of Sri Lanka before his demonic stepbrother, Ravana, overthrew him. Kubera then took up residence in the northern city of Alakapuri, which is located in the Himalayas near...

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Mahakali Enthroned

Mahakali Enthroned

Artist : Amrit Dangol

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Painted by Amrit Dangol over a four-month period, this composition depicts Mahakali, the "Great Black" goddess, squatting upon the ‘corpse-throne’ of quiescent Shiva and wrathful Mahakala as she engages in ‘reversed sexual union’ (Skt. viparita-rati) with her lord, Shiva-Mahadeva. Kali...

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B/W Padmapani Lokeshvara

B/W Padmapani Lokeshvara

Artist : Amrit Dangol

Price : £60.00

This black and white painting of Avalokiteshvara as Padmapani, meaning the ‘Lotus in Hand’, is a copy of a famous composition made by the legendary Newar artist, Anandamuni Shakya, in the early1940’s, which hung in the old royal palace of Hanuman Doka in Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. Anandamuni was...

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