Compassion: Portrait of Ngawang Chodrub Rinpoche, Tibetan Buddhist meditator, Nyingma master, nakgpa, holding a blessing cord reflectively in his hands, wearing a top knot and Adi, Tharlam Monastery porch, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal 1990

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    1. dou_ble_you 56 months ago | reply

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    2. AZshotinthedark 56 months ago | reply

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    3. rimawa 55 months ago | reply

      Intriguing and fascinating...

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    4. skyleon_22 55 months ago | reply

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    5. WildSoul 53 months ago | reply

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    6. Kris_75 53 months ago | reply

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    7. ● SandroG 47 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this one :)))!!!


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    8. Wonderlane 47 months ago | reply

      when I saw him standing like that, so reflective I wondered if he would even notice that I was taking his photo - he didn't. Later I greeted him - he was very happy for the blessing he had recieved.

    9. ybiberman 47 months ago | reply

      This excellent photograph has been seen


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    10. Ngakpa Chöying Dorje 25 months ago | reply

      hooo.... I'm realy touched by this picture... His name is Ngawang Chodrub Rinpoche a great nyingma master... he his the father of my master !

    11. Wonderlane 25 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much Gyourme - I was very touched just by seeing him - I was very honored that I was allowed to catch this special moment of his religious life - it is a popular photo giving insight for others into spiritual endeavor - if you have a chance please let him know if he still lives.

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