Tsogchen Dupa Mandala (Art Print) – Flera Birmane
One of the most sacred Lama Dances, the Kamei Tsa Cham, is performed on the 13th day of the 9th lunar month. It is a full day of ritual dances wherein the dancers depict the pacifying of the land and building the mandala for the ceremony. Thereafter, the main Drubchö is held for five days beginning from the 17th day of the 9th lunar month. This ceremony is held in accordance with the Dupa Do in the Kama or oral tradition from the Lochen Kabum and represents the entire mandala of peaceful and wrathful deities in accordance with the Anuyoga tantra.
ORIGINAL MEDIUM: acrylic, poster colours
ORIGINAL SIZE: 50-50cm (original and prints available)
* All of Flera’s fine art prints print on Canson Infinity Rag, a 100% archival fine art cotton watercolor paper.