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Tantric Goddesses

Mahalakshmi

Mahalakshmi

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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This magnificent oil painting by Devendra Man Sinkhwal is based upon an original oil composition that was painted by Udaya Charan Shrestha. Mahalakshmi, or 'Great Lakshmi', appears as one of the astamatrikas, or 'eight mothers', who are extremely important in the Newar tradition and function as the...

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Chinnamasta

Chinnamasta

Artist : Samundra Man Singh Shrestha

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This magnificent painting by Samundra depicts Chinnamasta, the 'severed headed' yogini, who traditionally appears as the third of the ten mahavidyas or 'great knowledge-holding' goddesses in the Hindu shakta-tantra traditions. Collectively the ten mahavidyas represent the various manifestation of...

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Vidyadhari Yogini

Vidyadhari Yogini

Artist : Sukha 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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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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Chhwaskamini

Chhwaskamini

Artist : Sundar Sinkhwal

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Shri Devi (Tib. Paldan Lhamo), the 'Glorious Goddess', is the main female protector of Tibet and of Tibetan Buddhism in general. And because of her association with Mahakali she was adopted as a protector by the Newar merchants, artisans and shopkeepers who have traded and worked in Tibet for...

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White Sukhasiddhi (Khechari)

White Sukhasiddhi (Khechari)

Artist : Raj Prakash Tuladhar

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This painting shows the secret dakini aspect of Vajrayogini as White Khechari, whose practice is associated with the great eleventh century Indian yogini, Sukhasiddhi. Niguma and Sukhasiddhi were the two yogini teachers of Khyungpo Naljor (10th-12th century), the founder of the Shangpa Kagyu...

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Red Sukhasiddhi (Khechari)

Red Sukhasiddhi (Khechari)

Artist : Raj Prakash Tuladhar

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This painting shows the secret dakini aspect of Vajrayogini as Red Khechari, whose practice is associated with the great eleventh century Indian yogini, Sukhasiddhi. Niguma and Sukhasiddhi were the two yogini teachers of the Tibetan master Khyungpo Naljor (10th-12th century), the founder of the...

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