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Buddhist Gods

B/W Shakyamuni Buddha

B/W Shakyamuni Buddha

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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This small sepia painting depicts Shakyamuni Buddha amidst a gradated background of soft clouds, as he sits in vajra-posture upon the seed-head of an open lotus. Shakyamuni, the 'Sage of the Shakya tribe' and the historical Buddha of our present era, wears the three dull red robes of a simple...

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Thousand-armed Sristhikanta Lokeshvara

Thousand-armed Sristhikanta Lokeshvara

Artist : Raju Shakya

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This complex painting by the Newar artist Raju Shakya depicts Red Avalokiteshvara in his thousand-armed and hundred and twenty-one headed form as Sristhikanta Lokeshvara. This is an extremely rare form of this Bodhisattva of Great Compassion, which to my knowledge has only ever been painted several...

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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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Maitreya Buddha

Maitreya Buddha

Artist : Sukha 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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Chintamani Lokeshvara

Chintamani Lokeshvara

Artist : Siddhimuni Shakya and Surendra Man Shakya

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This great masterpiece of Chintamani Lokeshvara was painted over a period of three years by the famous Newar artist Siddhimuni Shakya (1933-2001), and his son, Surendra Man Shakya (born 1967). Siddhimuni chose to devote the last ten years of his long painting career to the creation of three...

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Khasarpana Lokeshvara

Khasarpana Lokeshvara

Artist : Dinesh Charan Shrestha

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This beautiful composition of Khasarpana Lokeshvara was painted in 2002 by Dinesh Charan Shrestha, who now works and teaches in Berkeley, California. Khasarpana, meaning 'air-gliding', is one of the two-armed manifestations of the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara or Mahakarunika, the 'great...

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B/W Four-armed Avalokiteshvara

B/W Four-armed Avalokiteshvara

Artist : Nabin Dhakwa

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In this beautiful black and white painting by Nabin Dhakwa, Lokeshvara is shown in his four-armed form, or 'six-syllable' (sadaksari) aspect, which relates to his famous six-syllable mantra, OM MA-NI PA-DME-HUM....

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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 Vajradhara (Urgyen Dorje Chang)

B/W Vajradhara (Urgyen Dorje Chang)

Artist : Sukha 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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Sristhikanta Lokeshvara

Sristhikanta Lokeshvara

Artist : Kiran Joshi

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This painting by Kiran Joshi is based upon an original composition by Siddhimuni Shakya, and shows Sristhikanta Lokeshvara, the 'Glorious Creator, Lord of the World', surrounded by fourteen of the great Brahmanic deities that he has manifested from various parts of his body. Sristhikanta is...

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Manjushri With Consorts And Deities

Manjushri With Consorts And Deities

Artist : Devendra Man Sinkhwal

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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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Hari Hari Hari Vahana Lokeshvara

Hari Hari Hari Vahana Lokeshvara

Artist : Ram Prakash Shrestha

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Hari Hari Hari Vahana is a composite form of Avalokiteshvara who is shown sitting above Vishnu, Garuda (Vishnu's vehicle), a white lion (Lokeshvara's vehicle), and the great nagaraja or serpent-king, Takshaka. This unusual five-tiered manifestation of Lokeshvara is one of the most popular forms of...

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Vajradhara and Consort

Vajradhara and Consort

Artist : Raj Prakash Tuladhar

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This painting depicts blue Vajradhara, the 'Holder of the vajra', in union with his white consort, Vajrayogini. Vajradhara is the Primordial Buddha of the sarma or 'new-translation' schools (Sakya, Kagyu, Gelugpa) of Tibetan Buddhism, while Samantabhadra is the Primordial Buddha of the nyingma or...

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B/W Manjushri with Consorts

B/W Manjushri with Consorts

Artist : Sukha 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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