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Pagmé Nönma

Pagmé Nönma – Immeasurable Subduer of Violent Activities. The 17th of Atisha’s Taras is peaceful and golden-red in colour. This Tara has boundless power and strength, enabling her to offer protection against the actions of enemies, thieves and hunters. She is the embodiment of nonviolence – and joy and peace arise in her wake. A golden stupa is found resting upon her utpala flower. Original digital painting, 2021.

Rigngag Tobjom

Rigngag Tobjom

Rigngag Tobjom – Tara Who Destroys the Power of Negative Intentions. The 16th of Atisha’s 21 Taras is red with a peaceful expression on her face. She prevents suffering by obliterating all curses and harmful intentions and in turn cultivates love, joy and tranquility. The utpala flower by her left ear supports a double vajra. Original digital painting, 2021

Rabzhima

Rabzhima – Calm Pacifier of Negative Actions and Obscurations. The 15th of Atisha’s 21 Taras is peaceful and as radiant as a full moon in autumn. She cultivates bliss and happiness by purifying erroneous conduct and eliminating obscurations. An anointing vase holding a purifying nectar rests upon her utpala flower. Original digital painting – 2021

Thronyer Chen

Thronyer Chen

Thronyer Chen – Frowning One Who Removes Subtle Obstacles. The 14th of Atisha’s 21 Taras is the blue/black of rain clouds and has a wrathful countenance. Under Tara’s protection all subtle negativities and invisible obstacles are destroyed. Peace, generosity and courage proliferate due to her actions, speech and influence. A pestle appears on the utpala flower that she holds with her left hand. Original digital painting – 2021

Yullay Gyaljé Ma

Yullay Gyaljé Ma

Yullay Gyaljé Ma – Tara Who Gains Victory Over War. The 13th of Atisha’s 21 Taras is dark red in colour and is extremely wrathful. She offers protection from war and conflict, and mitigates hostile emotions and their destructive ramifications. Tara replenishes beings with a sense of well-being and ease. An open pronged, sparking vajra can be found on the utpala flower at her ear. Original digital painting – 2021

Tashi Dönjé

Tashi Dönjé

Tashi Dönjé – Tara Who Actualizes Auspiciousness. The twelfth of Atisha’s 21 Taras is peaceful and golden yellow in colour. This manifestation of Tara is known for restoring balance and harmony by stabilizing the elements. Seasons are timely, children are healthy and her cooling energy of love and compassion cultivates prosperity and abundance. An auspicious infinity knot rests upon her utpala flower. Original digital painting – 2021

Phagma Norter Drölma

Phagma Norter Drölma – Supreme Bestower of Riches. The eleventh of Atisha’s 21 Taras is orange/red and has a frowning, wrathful expression on her face. She alleviates the suffering of all types of poverty by providing not only material wealth, but intangible gifts such as joy, peace, compassion and enlightenment. A treasure vase filled with jewels rests on the lotus to her left. Original digital painting – 2020

Jigten Sumlé Gyalma

Jigten Sumlé Gyalma – She Who is Victorious Over the Three Worlds. The tenth of Atisha’s 21 Taras is peaceful and red in colour. This manifestation of Tara is adorned by a crown that emanates a brilliant garland of light, spreading joy to sentient beings. Her peals of laughter ring out, providing protection from worldly distractions that prevent practice, and a victory banner rests on the lotus blooming beside her left ear. Original digital painting – 2020

Sengdeng Nagchi Drölma

Sengdeng Nagchi Drölma – Green Tara of the Teak Forest. The ninth of Atisha’s 21 Taras is peaceful and green in colour. This form of Green Tara protects from the twofold eight fears (inner and outer): 1) elephants/delusion and ignorance, 2) lions/pride and arrogance 3) snakes/jealousy, 4) thieves/false views, 5) bondage/avarice and miserliness, 6) water/attachment and desire, 7) fire/hatred and anger, 8) demons/doubts. A dharma wheel is displayed on the lotus by Tara’s left ear. Original digital painting – 2020

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