Salabhanjika The Traditional Decorative Motif Of Female Figure
Best size 4 x 17 Inches
A decorative motif of a young lady or female figure in an elegant and sensual stance, sometimes seen clutching the branch of a tree or a flowering plant, is known as a salabhanjika in Indian, Buddhist, and Jain art and architecture. "sala" and "bhanjika," denote breaking or bending, are derived from Sanskrit and refer to a tree and bending, respectively. Salabhanjika figures are frequently linked to the Hindu goddess of fertility, Parvati, and are seen as a sign of fertility, wealth, and abundance.
This print will empower you during meditation or yoga and on many Buddhist occasions.
We are delighted to showcase the extraordinary Thangka prints by artist Rabi Shrestha. With a profound understanding of iconography and remarkable attention to detail, Rabi Shrestha captures the essence of spirituality in each of their masterful creations. Their skillful brushwork and meticulous use of colors bring these sacred images to life, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the rich symbolism and profound beauty of Thangka art. By offering his prints on our website, we aim to honor their artistic legacy and provide art enthusiasts with an opportunity to experience the transcendent world of Thangka through their incredible talent.
We do traditional brocade mount upon your request. We send available samples and price details for your final confirmation.
CONSECRATION OF THANGKA PRINT
As requested for consecrations/blessings, we can take thangka print to Monasteries/Rinpoches from nearby Boudha Stupa. We kindly ask you to offer $50 for the monasteries for blessings/consecration service.