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Famous artist Chen Lin’s deep love of Laos

Jul 30, 2017
Famous artist Chen Lin’s deep love of Laos

Dear friends around the world, When people of different countries and cultures interact with each other with an open mind, more tolerance and acceptance will arise in the world. I live in Malaysia, a beautiful and diverse country where harmony is part of mainstream living. Therefore I am always happy to read news about...

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Shimmering Vajrayogini from Ms. Wahyu

Feb 20, 2017
Shimmering Vajrayogini from Ms. Wahyu

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends around the world, Today, I was surprised with a very precious and beautiful gift. I’ve had other people personally paint up Vajrayogini images, and they have offered them to me as a gifts, which is a great honour. However, this particular Vajrayogini is extremely beautiful because it has been...

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Ori Carino-best Tsongkapa painter!

May 11, 2012
Ori Carino-best Tsongkapa painter!

I have extracted all the write ups, information, pictures, paintings from Mr.Ori Carino's website. I did this is because I would like more people to know of this wonderful 29 year old visionary artist in New York City...

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Silent Auction on my paintings

Mar 12, 2012
Silent Auction on my paintings

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Several months back, I painted a Dzambala for my long time student Girlie Ooi as a special gift for all her hard work and devotion towards taking care of her late mother and late aunt.

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The Queen Turns Red…

Mar 4, 2012
The Queen Turns Red…

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear everyone, I have loved beautiful art both spiritual and secular since I was very young. I really like Tibetan Buddhist iconography. It is so meaningful and has tremendous blessings. Every part of their holy body, color, gesture, stance, expression of any Buddha statue represents a facet of the Enlightened mind…so viewing...

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Painting Dzambala and Vajrayogini

Jul 8, 2011
Painting Dzambala and Vajrayogini

(By Tsem Rinpoche) As a child and teenager, I use to spend hundreds of hours painting the Buddhas, mountains, caves, forests and meditators in forests… I loved painting them. I connected with them and felt their presence so strongly in my mind, I had to paint them… I use to listen to Simon &...

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8 Taras Who Protect from the 8 Dangers

Apr 20, 2011
8 Taras Who Protect from the 8 Dangers

Arya Tara (or Jetsun Dolma) means ‘rescuer’. She is aptly called Tara as she rescues us from the 8 personal obstacles that binds us to samsara: pride, ignorance, anger, jealousy, wrong views, attachment, miserliness and deluded doubts. The 8 corresponding worldly fears are: the fears of lions, elephants, fire, snakes, thieves, water, bondage, and...

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