Exhibit will continue through November, December...

"Jagatoddharini Tara"

Exhibition of paintings of Twenty One forms of Tara inspired by Ven. Dugu Choegyal Rinpoche

Art reflects the persona and this expression comes alive when one views the paintings of Ven. Dugu Choegyal Rinpoche. Like most of his previous incarnations, Choegyal Rinpoche is a highly gifted and well known artist. What is most striking about his paintings are  the lyrical quality and a spiritual experience that puts the onlooker in meditative trance . The soft gentle colours lifts ones spirits and the poetical lines transport one to a world of simplicity and grace.

Rinpoche’s paintings of Twenty One Tara  as a bodhisattva, as a mother Goddess and a tantric deity reflect an abundance of an artist and the devotion of a yogi. While the paintings in a spontaneous manner cull out the aesthetic of the viewer they have an amazing power to make the audience bow in reverence. Such is the magic of these paintings.    Deer Park is privileged to host an exhibition of ven. Dugu Choegyal Rinpoches’ paintings from 11th October onwards...

Exhibition will be inaugurated in a traditional manner with prayers and chants. This will be followed by a talk by Rinpoche. Along with being an artist Rinpoche’s teachings touch the heart of the listeners. His teachings have the same simplicity as his paintings


11th October

9:00 -10:30 am     Inaugural Programme

10 :30 – 11:00 am         Tea

11:00 – 12:00       Talk by Dugu Choegyal Rinpoche


Workshop on the chanting of Twenty One praises Tara by Raji Ramanan commences


1st Session   2:00 pm – 3:30 pm