This is my expression of the two Dakinis. After going through many testing times to show their devotion to the spiritual path, and valiantly coming out and standing their ground, contributing to the spread and bloom of the Dharma.
Guru Padmasambhava’s principal consorts Khandom Yeshey Tsogyal and Khandom Mandarava received special teachings, leading to the accomplishments of many Dharma practices which are still practiced today. Besides the collection of the teachings and concealing it as Terma, The consorts serve as a role model for contemporary spiritual practitioners.
Title: Khandrom Yeshe Tsogyal and Khandrom Mandarava
Dimension: 92×122 cm
Price: Nu. 80,000/-
About the Artist
I got interested in art at the age of seven thanks to my mother who never failed to inspire me with her artworks. School was another platform where my love for art grew. I would take part in all the art competitions or any art related activities.
After high school, I heard about VAST Bhutan and was determined to be a part of this special place. So I left my hometown and came to the capital and on a pleasant evening in August 2016, I became a member and I have never looked back since. Today, I am very fortunate to learn from the pioneers of modern art in Bhutan.
I have become more confident in using water colors, acrylic, oil pastels and digital art. The subject that interests me most is showcased on the canvas which mostly consists of love, beauty, inner power and dreams. I mostly visualize and focus on the unseen from the ordinary things.
It gives me real pride and joy to be called an artist and to be appreciated for doing the things that I love.
Born 1994, from Sarpang
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