Green Tara Buddhist Thangka | Genuinely Hand Painted with 24k Gold

SKU: 20292

Description

Genuinely Hand Painted Green Tara Buddhist Thagnka

The Buddhist thangka of Green Tara has been meticulously hand-painted using genuine 24 karat gold and acrylic paintings. The brilliant red halo illuminates her face, and the unique multicolored nimbus envelops her. The jewelry and accessories have been adorned with valuable stones and turquoise. The brilliantly gold-painted crown is distinctive in thangka, and the graceful lotus seat appears to float in the attractive atmosphere. Given the excellent caliber of the materials used in the paintings, we can guarantee that the thangka will survive many years.

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Size: 9"/23cm (width) x 12"/30 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic Colors, Genuine 24K Gold
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Note: Green Tara Thangka is an original painting from Enlightenment Studio located at Boudha Stupa.

Green Tara is often known as the great liberator who rescues beings from the eight great fears aroused by elephants, lions, snakes, robbers, fire, water, demons, and government. The Mother Green Tara is one of the principal deities who deal with confused and distracted beings, bringing us back to the original state. 

HAND-PAINTED WITH GENUINE 24K GOLD AND NATURAL STONE COLOR 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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