Gyaltsen Zimba

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Green Tara in Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba
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Mahakala as an imagery of Time Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba for sale
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Eight incarnations of Guru Padmasambhava: Thangka paintings by Gyaltsen Zimba
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Guru Padmasambhava's dedication Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba
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White Tara in Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba
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Shakyamuni in Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba
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Indian Folk Wall Painting for sale
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Indian Folk Wall Painting for sale
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The Tiger and the Mongolian man in Thangka painting by Gyaltsen Zimba for sale
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Traditional Indian painting
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About Gyaltsen Zimba

Gyaltsen Zimba Ji, a 38-year-old artist from Gangtok, West Bengal, embarked on his artistic journey in 2000, receiving formal training in Darjeeling for five years before immersing himself in his family's tradition of Tibetan painting. Without pursuing formal education beyond his training, Gyaltsen's passion for his craft shines through, particularly in his reverence for Gurupedma Shanbwa painting, depicting a deity he holds dear.

Specializing in depictions of gods, Gyaltsen's preference for golden and brown hues, especially in border outlines, adds a touch of divine elegance to his creations. While he has yet to venture into online platforms, Gyaltsen finds solace and support in his family, though occasionally grappling with clients who fail to grasp the true value of his work. With a vision of popularizing traditional Tibetan painting across India, Gyaltsen remains steadfast in his dedication to preserving and promoting his cultural heritage through his artistry, hoping to enlighten others about the rich traditions encapsulated within each stroke of his brush.

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