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A deal is made

A deal is made

Ginger, Cauliflower and 'Saag'

Ginger, Cauliflower and 'Saag'

Sales man inspecting his crops

Sales man inspecting his crops

Straight from the land onto the market.

Straight from the land onto the market.

Market Scene

Market Scene

Fruits are sold from the customised bicycle

Fruits are sold from the customised bicycle

Clothes Sales Woman

Clothes Sales Woman

Chicken Salesman

Chicken Salesman

Garlic and Ginger Salesman

Garlic and Ginger Salesman

Selling Garlic and Ginger on the Market

Selling Garlic and Ginger on the Market

Wheel of Life    Size : 40*50 cm    The outer rim of the circle in this Mandala is divided into twelve sections to represent the stages of life beginning from ignorance to old age and death. The center of the circle represent the six realms of existence namely, Devas, Asuras, Human, Animal, Ghost beings, and Hell realms. The upper part represents Devas and Asuras in one segment and the human realm in the other.

Wheel of Life Size : 40*50 cm The outer rim of the circle in this Mandala is divided into twelve sections to represent the stages of life beginning from ignorance to old age and death. The center of the circle represent the six realms of existence namely, Devas, Asuras, Human, Animal, Ghost beings, and Hell realms. The upper part represents Devas and Asuras in one segment and the human realm in the other.

Chengrezi     Size: 49*65 cm    Chenrezig is a form of Avalokiteshvara. Chenrezig is also known as the Buddha of Compassion or four armed Avalokiteshvara. Of all the deities in Mahayana Buddhism, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig, is one of the most celebrated. He is the lord endowed with complete illumination, who refrains from entering the blissful state of nirvana to remain here below and save the creatures of the earth.

Chengrezi Size: 49*65 cm Chenrezig is a form of Avalokiteshvara. Chenrezig is also known as the Buddha of Compassion or four armed Avalokiteshvara. Of all the deities in Mahayana Buddhism, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig, is one of the most celebrated. He is the lord endowed with complete illumination, who refrains from entering the blissful state of nirvana to remain here below and save the creatures of the earth.

Shyakyamuni Buddha    Size: 45*60 cm    This Shakyamuni Buddha Thanka or Thanka convey much of the warmth and character of Siddhartha Gautama. Wonderfully painted on canvas with use of paint and pure 24 k gold by our master artisan.     Shakyamuni Buddha is believed to have had 550 incarnation. Shakyamuni Buddha was born on 563 B. C at Lumbini, western part of Nepal, son of king Suddhodana and queen Mayadevi. He died at the age of 80 at Kusinagara.

Shyakyamuni Buddha Size: 45*60 cm This Shakyamuni Buddha Thanka or Thanka convey much of the warmth and character of Siddhartha Gautama. Wonderfully painted on canvas with use of paint and pure 24 k gold by our master artisan. Shakyamuni Buddha is believed to have had 550 incarnation. Shakyamuni Buddha was born on 563 B. C at Lumbini, western part of Nepal, son of king Suddhodana and queen Mayadevi. He died at the age of 80 at Kusinagara.

Wheel of Life, Size : 30*36 cm.                                                                                    The outer rim of the circle in this Mandala is divided into twelve sections to represent the stages of life beginning from ignorance to old age and death. The center of the circle represent the six realms of existence namely, Devas, Asuras, Human, Animal, Ghost beings, and Hell realms.    The whole Mandala is held by a huge monster - like figure, Hayagriva.

Wheel of Life, Size : 30*36 cm. The outer rim of the circle in this Mandala is divided into twelve sections to represent the stages of life beginning from ignorance to old age and death. The center of the circle represent the six realms of existence namely, Devas, Asuras, Human, Animal, Ghost beings, and Hell realms. The whole Mandala is held by a huge monster - like figure, Hayagriva.

Bhaktapur during Bisket Jatra    Bisket Jatra is the Nepali New Year and it is celebrated during a 7 day festival in the month of April. One of the best places to see this wonderful event is the old kingdom city Bhaktapur. During the festival the streets are crowded with people willing to participate in the chariot pulling. Other highlights are the erection and bringing down of the Yoshinkhel Pillar.

Bhaktapur during Bisket Jatra Bisket Jatra is the Nepali New Year and it is celebrated during a 7 day festival in the month of April. One of the best places to see this wonderful event is the old kingdom city Bhaktapur. During the festival the streets are crowded with people willing to participate in the chariot pulling. Other highlights are the erection and bringing down of the Yoshinkhel Pillar.