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Incense Burner and Raven Deity (vk-292)


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Memories of Bhutan
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Watercolor on Arches paper
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Bhutan is called the land of happiness, where development is measured by the happiness index. Everywhere, you meet soft spoken people, and see monks and nuns of all ages in monasteries that are galore in different parts of the country and in major towns. Bhutan revers its ancestors, rulers, and deities. Bhutanese have several traditions of worshipping the the revered ones. After my trip to Bhutan I did several Bhutan paintings in Indian Contemporary Art form. In this small painting a monk is watching an Incense Burner that is used for emitting smoke for carbon balancing in this Oxygen rich country. Flying out of the monastery window is the revered Raven (national bird of Bhutan) that got birth when monk Jarog Dongchen got transformed into it, as per the famous legend of Bhutan. The Raven is abandoning the robe of monk Jarog Dongchen. This painting will go well with vk-289, vk-290, vk-291.

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Dimensions 11 × 15 in


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