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1 Goddesses of the Celestial Gallery

Romio Shrestha; Foreword By Deepak Chopra; Preface By Caroline Myss; Afterword By Andrew Harvey

Mandala Publishing Group, San Rafael, CA, USA, 2007, 1932771972 / 9781932771978, First Edition, Hardcover, New, New, 
In the tradition of the bestselling Celestial Gallery (over 50,000 sold), this unique collection includes Saraswati, the goddess of the arts; White Tara, “The Divine Mother?and protector and preserver; guardian of the lineage of the Dalai Lamas, Palden Lhamo; and Kali, wild and uncontrollable consort of Shiva, devotee of time and keeper of the shadows within ourselves. Romio Shrestha is a master of the artistic traditions of Nepal and Tibet. He directs a school of artistan craftsmen in the Katmandu valley of Nepal. Shrestha’s work is represented in the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, American Museum of Natural History and Tibet House in New York City. He is also the principal artist of In Search of the Thunder Dragons (with his wife, Sophie), Celestial Gallery and The Tibetan Art of Healing. He lives in Katmandu and Ireland with his wife and children. 030235

Price: 125.00 USD
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2 Goddesses of the Celestial Gallery

Romio Shrestha; Foreword By Deepak Chopra; Preface By Caroline Myss; Afterword By Andrew Harvey

Mandala Publishing Group, San Rafael, CA, USA, 2011, 1608870227 / 9781608870226, First Edition, Hardcover, New, New, 
In the tradition of Celestial Gallery, this unique collection of striking Tibetan-style thangka paintings of the Goddesses of the Celestial Gallery are presented together for the first time, in this book-shelf sized format. Reproduced from the master painter Romio Shrestha and his team of artisan monks, who render postmodern interpretations of an age-old Tibetan artistic tradition. Made from malachite, lapis and marigolds and painted at times with just three hairs of a cat 's tail, these paintings are produced in hauntingly powerful detail. Goddesses depicted include: "the goddesses of the arts " Saraswati; "the Divine Mother " White Tara a protector and preserver; "the Protectress " Green Tara : "the Dark Goddesses " Palden Lhamo, guardian of the lineage of the Dalai Lamas; and Kali, a wild and uncontrollable consort of Shiva, a devotee of time and keeper of the shadows within ourselves. Printed Pages: 72. 037786

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