Giclee Print by Robert Beer
7.25" x 10"
Yeshe Tsogyal (circa 757 to 817-837), meaning the 'Wisdom Lake Queen', was the foremost Tibetan disciple of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava), and the most important of his five main consorts. She is regarded as a manifestation of the goddesses Sarasvati, Vajravarahi, Locana, and Tara, who would later incarnate as Machig Labdron (1055-1149). The level of Yeshe Tsogyal's final realization was considered to be equal to that of Guru Rinpoche himself. - Robert Beer