Khandro ’ö-Zér Thangka – Aro Books worldwide
Khandro ’ö-Zér

Khandro Chö-ying Nyima ’ö-Zér

Khandro Chö-ying Nyima ’ö-Zér was the daughter of a Tibetan father and a Chinese mother. She was brought up in Amdo and became the consort of Rinchen Gyaltsen Rinpoche, but unfortunately became a widow early in life. She decided to live as a wandering yogini and met with a yogi called Ngakpa Dawa Ngödrüp – whom she eventually married. She later became one of the five adoptive mothers of Aro Yeshé

Khandro Chö-ying Nyima ’ö-Zér is shown holding a conch brimming with a lake of wisdom water in her left hand. In her right hand she holds the sword of wisdom. She wears a book-style takdröl in her hair and wears a yeshé mélong (wisdom mirror) at her heart.

Please see the thangkas on Aro Encyclopaedia for a fuller explanation of the meaning of each image.

Thangka posters and cards may be purchased from Zazzle stores in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, Portugal, UK and USA

Error: Feed temporarily unavailable.