Achi Chökyi Drolma
Available in a few sizes:
- 14"x11" print / 33"x23" (without dowels)
- 9”x12” print / 19”x29” (with dowels)
- 7”x9” print / 17”x25” (with dowels)
Achi Chokyi Drolma is an historical manifestation of Vajravarahi who was also the great grandmother of Kyobpa Jikten Sumgon (1143-1217, founder of Drikung Kagyu). In her lifetime she practiced the Nyingma teachings and is said to have ridden her horse into the sky at the end of her life. She is a powerful wisdom-protector who guards and protects all sincere Dharma-practitioners to rely on her. She is also known for her power to confer wealth.
What we are offering here is a high-quality print (but mounted on a traditional brocade thangka frame) of an original handpainted thangka completed a couple of years back. That thangka (which now lives Florida) is in turn based on a very old thangka in Ladakh and it was done in the Western Tibetan style of thangka painting.