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  • Type: Handpainted
  • Style: Traditional
  • Subjects: Tibetan Buddhism
  • Frame: No
  • Medium: oil color and 24 carat gold
  • Original: Yes
  • Support Base: Canvas
  • Place of Origin: Nepal, Lalitpur
  • Brand Name: Shakya Handicraft
  • Model Number: LP121
  • Condition: New
  • Dimension Length: 84 cm
  • Width: 61 cm
  • Material: 24 carat gold

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

Wheel of Life or Bhavacakra Mandala:

 

In this Mandala, the outer rim of the circle is divited into twelve sections to represent the twelve - linked dependend origination commencing from ignorance to old age and death. The center of the circle is divited into section to represent the six reamls of existence namely, Devas, Asuras,Human, Animal, Ghost beings, and Hell realms. The upper part is divited into halves representing Devas and Asuras in one segment and the human realm in the other. The lower half is divided into three section to represent the animal realm in the left, the preta realm in the right and the hell realm the center. The longer upper segment includs the three happy realms of devas, asuras and humans. Since the roots of the wish - fulfilling jewel tree are in the asura realm and its fruits fall on the deva realm, the asuras, out of jealousy are seen fighting with the devas. The devas, meanwhile, are enjoying thier heavenly pleasures such as dancing, playing music and so forth. Human beings are depicted carrying on different activities hike butchering, farming and so forth. In another segment, just beneath the asura, lies the realm of the pretas; here pretas are suffering from hunger and thirst. The denizens of this realm are lean and thin with big bellies and tiny mouths. On the left of the center circle lay the realm of animals. The animals here are in two sections, namely, jalacara and sthalacara. In other words some are living in the oceans and lakes and the other live on land. The animals suffer greatly because they fight amongst themselves and the bigger and the powerful ones kill and eat the others. In the center of the section the hell realm is depicted. King Yama, as the judge of sinners, is shown warthfully terrifying sinners who are seen being tortured by the messenger of death. The third circle rim is divided into two halves and is coloured black and white. In this segment virtuous people are seen rising to the upper segment and attaining high status, meanwhile, people are seen falling into other black segment due to thier non - virtuous actions. In the center of the cercle there are three beings namely, a cock, a snake and a pig each grabbing the tail of another to represent delusion, hatred and attachment. The whole manadala is held by a huge monster - like figure,Hayagriva, who is an emanation of Avalokiteshvara himself. In the right corner of the painting is the Buddha in standing position; he points to the har in the moon in the left hand corner of the painting, symbolizing peaceful Nirvana, free from the suffering of cyclic existence.

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