Trijang Rinpoche’s statue, stupa and oil painting in Trijang Ladrang

Trijang Rinpoche’s statue, stupa and oil painting in Trijang Ladrang, Gaden Monastery, India










5 Responses to “Trijang Rinpoche’s statue, stupa and oil painting in Trijang Ladrang”
  1. Rinchen says:

    These items are all so sacred. I really like the oil painting very much. It looks very life, when I look at the painting, it looks as though I am looking at Trijang Rinpoche himself, and the painting looks more like a photograph that is being taken instead of a painting. It is just unbelievable how the painting is able to capture all the details and even painting it in a way that feels so life like. Although the image of the statue is not that clear, but I would say that it looks really nice from that angle that was taken. It is such an honor to be able to see such holy images.

    I pray that more people will understand Dorje Shugden and practice this practice. Allowing such highly attained lamas to be safe, not having any disturbances from the public and also not receiving any death threats. Allowing these lamas to spread the lineage of Dorje Shugden benefiting all during these degenerated times.

    Big thanks to the admin for providing us such sacred information on this webpage itself.

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