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  • Type: Handpainted
  • Style: Traditional
  • Subjects: Buddhist
  • Frame: No
  • Medium: Stone and gold paintings
  • Original: Yes
  • Support Base: Canvas
  • Place of Origin: Nepal
  • Brand Name: Shakya Handicraft
  • Model Number: LT002

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: The thangkas are carefully wrapped in Lokta Paper or Traditional Tibetan Nepali Paper. It is then placed inside thick paper tube or plastic tube for shipping.
Delivery Detail: 7 - 10 days Upon Completion.

Specifications

This is a beautiful Tibetan Handmade Green Tara Thangka Buddhist Painting. It is handmade in Nepal by local lama artist

Size:  55 cm Width  X  77 cm

 

Materials used:  Cotton Canvas, Stone color, water color, 24k gold painting

 

This is a beautiful Tibetan Handmade Green Tara Thangka Buddhist Painting. It is handmade in Nepal by local lama artist. This is without Brocade. But upon request brocade can be placed.

 

Symbolic Meaning Manjushree:

 

Green Tara is the gentle and heartfelt Bodhisattva Tara, born from the tears of Avalokitesvara, the Bodhisattva of compassion. She offers us a hand to lift us up to a mountain of enlightenment qualities. Tara belongs to the Karma family of unobstructed compassionate activity, symbolized by her green color and is the Wisdom Consort of the Transcendental Buddha Amogasiddhi. In a previous eon, in the presence of the Buddha Nga Dra, the beat of the Drum, she took the vow to only incarnate in a female form to ceaselessly protect beings from the fears of samsaric life and to guide them upon the path of enlightenment. She is known as the Swift One, due to her immediate response to those who request her aid. She is none other than the mothers of the Buddhas of the past, present and future; the Great Mother, the Prajnaparamita, the matrix of ultimate truth itself, Shunyata. She sits on a lotus flower with her left leg resting on her right thigh and her right leg steps down gracefully out in front of her. Her left hand is held in front of her heart with palm outward, thumb and ring finger touching so the other three fingers point upwards in the mudra of granting refuge. Her right hand rests on her right knee with the palm facing upward in the mudra of generosity.

 

 

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