Vajrakilaya Thangka Print | Antique Black and Red Silk Brocade | Runner

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Traditional Tibetan Vajrakilaya Thangka Print, Canvas Art For Decoration

Vajrakilaya, the yidam deity, embodies the enlightened activity of all buddhas. He is renowned for his ability to eliminate obstacles, vanquish hostile forces against compassion, and cleanse rampant spiritual impurities in the current age. He embodies the strength of transcendent wisdom to eradicate self-centeredness and possessiveness.

We are delighted to showcase the extraordinary Thangka prints by artist Tsundi. With a profound understanding of iconography and remarkable attention to detail, Tsundi 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.

Traditional Silk Brocade Mount :

High-Quality handwoven silk for your thangka. Please choose your preferred size and we will custom make the brocade frame for you. 

Kindly allow us 3-5 business days for the making.

Thangka Brocade Proportion:

In the traditional approach to the thangka brocade, the upper section is approximately half of the height of the lower section. There are two inner cords (normally red and yellow, symbolizing a rainbow) used around the main thangka and their width is around half in size of the width of the blue sides. Right next to the inner side of the cords, the white decorative thread is used to stitch. While, at the outermost side, the red decorative cord is used to stitch the whole brocade.

The front veil can be pure yellow (or with red patterns). There are the two red ribbons hanging from the top (with lower end tapering and pointed).

An additional rectangle that includes motifs or a colored pattern can be added to the center of the lower base. It is often good to use four colors in the brocade for increasing, pacifying, magnetizing, and subjugating. 

As requested for consecrations/blessings, we can take the Thangka to Monasteries/Rinpoches from nearby Boudha Stupa. We kindly ask you to offer $50 for the monasteries for blessings/consecration services.