Colourful Buddha Mandala Thangka | Mindfulness Meditation Object

SKU: 2201EBMandalaT

  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Unique Work of Art (One of a kind)
  • Multiple Reproduction of the Original Thangka
  • Description

    Colorful Buddha Mandala Thangka

    Mandala means a circle. The Tibetan word for mandala is Kyilkhor, which means “center and surrounding environment .” In simple terms, it is a circle used as a visual aid for concentration and introversive meditation. Meditating using a mandala leads to the attainment of insights and helps to increase one’s concentration level. It also helps to activate forces within oneself, culminating in “Siddhi ” or supernatural forces. The mandala is the graphic representation of this process. It is not only theoretical but practical as an operational scheme involving a clear plan for the practical realization of the process within oneself. It thus becomes an instrument ( Yantra ). It is believed that by looking at a mandala, one’s soul is spiritually purified. Thus, a mandala represents the palace of purity, a magic circle cleansed of spiritual obstacles and impurities. The square of the sacred palace is enclosed in multiple circles of flame, vajra, and lotus. These three circles forming the outer rims of the mandala symbolize enlightenment, which the meditating person must gain before entering the illuminated palace. The mandala then consists of the inner square where the deity of the mandala resides.
    The outermost circle, or the fire circle, is also known as the Fire of Wisdom.
    It consists of the purifying fire. The diamond circle, or the vajra circle, expresses strength and fearlessness, and finally, the lotus circle expresses the open state of devotion necessary to enter the palace. These three elements denote the state of mind that the follower or the person meditating must possess before practicing dharma.
    The name of the mandala is determined according to the deity residing in the center of the sacred palace.

    How to take care of your thangka?

    -Hang your thangka in a traditional silk brocade
    -Regular Inspection of your thangka; examine the borders and all attachments.
    -Keep thangkas covered when they are on display but not in use.
    -Rotate thangkas between display and storage regularly, two to four times a year, to reduce the amount of exposure to light. Keep away from sunlight and humidity.
    -Do not apply liquids or other materials to the surface of the thangka.

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    Size with Brocade: 28"/ 71 cm (width) x 36"91 / (height)
    Canvas Size : 16" / 41 cm (width) x 20" / 51 cm (height)
    Materials: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic Colors, Genuine 24K Gold
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    THIS THANGKA IS HAND-PAINTED IN THE TRADITIONAL STYLE, AND THE QUALITY IS HIGH
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    How does Thangka benefit us?

    Every detail of a painting has a symbolic meaning. Regardless of your religious affiliation, a thangka can help you on your path to enlightenment, whether you practice Buddhism or have other religious convictions. Thangkas are paintings that depict deities with various iconographic elements and symbolism that encourage meditation on the teachings of the god they depict. Any thangka is intended to aid in removing the film of ignorance, which is a significant barrier to the road to enlightenment. The Thangka is revered as a holy item. They promote positivity, spread Buddhism's teachings, bring about peace, harmony, and oneness, and dispel any negative energy that may be