Namo Shakyamuni | Form of Buddha | Tibetan Thangka

SKU: 20106

Description

The Form Of Buddha, Namo Shakyamuni Tibetan Thangka

In the center of this magnificent Tibetan thangka is Namo Shakyamuni. We have used Natural Stone colors and 24K gold to create this thangka. The background, which is clear and calm, gives practitioners like you a positive mood. He sits on a moon disc lotus seat engulfs him, and an orange halo lights his face. His right hand is in Earth contacting Mudra, while his left hand is lying on his lap, carrying a begging bowl.

DRAWN AS MENTIONED IN THE MEDITATION MANUAL
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Size: 18"/45 cm (width) x 24"/60 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Genuine 24K Gold, Acrylic Paintings
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Note: Namo Shakyamuni Thangka is an original painting from Enlightenment Studio located at Boudha Stupa.

Shakyamuni Buddha, often known as "the Buddha," is the historical Buddha and the founder of Buddhist philosophy. Each "Kalpa" (Buddhist eon) is thought to have its own Buddha, whose teachings disappear when the next Buddha comes. He is believed to have lived about 420 BC and spent most of his time spreading Dharma teachings. The Life of Buddha Thangka is a detailed depiction of his life. He is glanced up to as a mentor, role model, and inspiration. 

HAND-PAINTED WITH ACRYLIC 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 services.


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