Sakya Mahakala, Rare Hand painted Tibetan Gold Thangka

SKU: 19058

USD 360

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Sakya Mahakala, Traditional Black and Gold Thangka

Sakya Mahakala also popularly known as Gonpo Panjarnatha is the most popular Protector in the Sakya sect. Mahakala is celebrated and placed among the heart of every Sakya practitioner within the Tibetan Himalayan community. We use pure gold on black canvas to draw it.

We have done the Mahakala in small size black and gold style. Though small in size Mahakala has been presented in outstanding glorious posture. The gold and black background perfectly blend with Mahakala, making the whole painting pleasant for the eye to keep on viewing.
For the Vajrayana Practitioner like you. Small in size it can easily fit into your shrine. Or you can carry on if you are a frequent traveller and do not want to miss your daily practice.

It is done following Buddhist text and iconography detail to make sure it presents all the right attributes for your meditation practice.

Size: 10"/25 cm (width) x 13"/33 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Poster Colors, Genuine 24K Gold

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Framing:
-Not mounted on a traditional brocade
-Tibetan Silk brocade available in a variety of colors and quality
-Price ranges from $35 to $100 depending upon the silk quality
-Additional 3 business days for this service
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Delivery:
-Free Shipping or $ 25 with a frame
-Standard Courier Services DHL only
-4-10 business days for delivery
-All items are insured
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Return Policy:
-Returns are accepted within 60 business days.
-You can ship either to Nepal or Texas (USA), whichever works better for you.

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We will be more than happy to answer all your questions.
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Please contact us to:
- Custom order a thangka of any Vajrayana deity. Usually, it takes 2-5 months (depending on complexity) to finish such a thangka of average size.

May everything be auspicious!

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