Vasundhara mandala

Vasundhara mandala by Lok Chitrakar
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Code: #LC29
By Lok Chitrakar
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Year: 2009
Size: 31.50 x 39.40 in
Material: Canvas
Medium: Stone color
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Vasundhara, the one who possesses wealth, she is a popular deity of the Valley's Buddhist community. The well-observed two-day fasting of Vasundhara Vrata promises prosperity of seven kinds: wealth, quality, offering, long life, happiness, praise and wisdom. Seated at the center, the goddess Vasundhara is a in lalitasana posture with her right leg delicately resting on a conch placed over a vase in a lotus. There is an images of Buddha Ratna Sambhav on her crown. One of her three right hands holds a rosary, symbolizing the strength in continuity of prayer, the other jewel, signifying the bestowal of wealth, while the third one is in varadamudra, granting seven kinds of prosperity to devotees. In one of her three left hands, Vasundhara holds an auspicious vase that confers fame, high status or praise in the first hand, the second hand holds a Dhanyamanjary (rice stalk), indicating longevity; and the last hand grips a wisdom-bestowing scripture.

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Lok Chitrakar
Date of Birth : 1961-03-25

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