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Kirti Laxmi : Women of Courage {With Wooden Frame}

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Kirti Laxmi : Women of Courage is a portrayal of a Newa Women warrior who showed her immense courage during the battle with Gurkha soldiers to protect her land.

Artist : Supriya Manandhar
Medium : Digital Painting
Print Dimension : 12in X 17in
Frame Dimension : 18in X 23in
Frame Material : Wood and Glass
Frame Color : Black
Mounting : White
Paper : Ivory paper 300GSM

 [ NOTE : All the profit, excluding the production cost, will go to People’s Library on extending the Newa School of Thought section]
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Artist : Supriya Manandhar
Medium : Digital Painting
Print Dimension : 12in X 17in
Frame Dimension : 18in X 23in
Frame Material : Wood and Glass
Frame Color : Black
Mounting : White
Paper : Ivory paper 300GSM

 [ NOTE : All the profit, excluding the production cost, will go to People’s Library on extending the Newa School of Thought section]

Heroine of Kirtipur

Kirti Laxmi, a Newar woman of Kirtipur, fought the invaders disguised as a man named Bhairav Singh. Armed with a bow and arrows, she kept fighting even after the Gorkhalis had taken the town. She inspired the townspeople with her bravery not to give up. She was finally captured and kept in captivity where she took her own life. She is honored as the heroine of Kirtipur.

It is often regarded that Kirti Laxmi is an avatar of Holy Goddess (AJIMAA) of Newars, who was responsible for saving the kingdom of Kirtipur. The name Kirtipur is named after Kirti Laxmi.

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