Mother Yeshe Tsogyal | Padmasambhava Consort | Tibetan Dakini Thangka

SKU: 19597

Description

Mother Yeshe Tsogyal Thangka, principle consort of Guru Padmasambhava

Mother Yeshe Tsogyal who is also the main consort of Guru Padmasambhava. A transcendent woman in Tibetan Buddhism, she is understood as a fully enlightened Buddha who taking on the form of an ordinary woman for ordinary people to approach. In our thangkas, we try to follow the Buddhist messages and iconography details to present attributes suitable for your Vajrayana practice.

DRAWN AS MENTIONED IN THE MEDITATION MANUAL
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Size: 9"/22 cm (width) x 13"/33 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Stone Colors, Genuine 24K Gold
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Note: Mother Yeshe Tsogyal Thangka is an original painting from Enlightenment Studio located at Boudha Stupa.

Yeshe Tsogyal whose name means translates to “wisdom ocean queen,” and her blessing is associated with the development of true nondual wisdom in our practice. She appears on three different levels in Tibetan Buddhism; in a physically embodied human form (nirmanakaya), she appears as the princess of Kharchen. In a visionary, symbolic body (sambhogakaya), she is known as Vajrayogini In her most subtle form (dharmakaya), she is Samantabhadri, the feminine aspect of the original Buddha Samantabhadra.

HAND-PAINTED WITH NATURAL STONE COLORS AND GENUINE 24K GOLD IN TRADITIONAL KARMA GADRI STYLE 

OUR TEAM
We are a team of traditionally trained Karma Gadri artists from Boudha Stupa. Our lineage comes from Venerable Master Jamyang Phunshok. Who is from Kham, Eastern Tibet.

We are focused on bringing accurate iconographic thangka, which will be helpful to your practice. 

BROCADE MOUNT
We do traditional brocade mount upon your request. We send available samples and price details for your final confirmation. 

CONSECRATION OF THANGKA
As requested for consecrations/blessings, we can take thangka to Monasteries/Rinpoches from nearby Boudha Stupa. We kindly ask you to offer $20 for the monasteries for blessings/consecration service.

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