Vajrayogini Thangka | Traditional Buddhist Hand Painting

SKU: 19586


Vajrayogini Thangka | Handmade Tibetan Art

Vajrayogini is usually depicted in a terrifying form, holding in her hands a skull and a dagger, her right leg stretched out, the left one slightly bent. Vajrayogini, the kechari of Naropa, is one of the principal tantric practices of the Sakya school and belongs to the Chakrasamvara collection of Tantras.

Small in size it can easily fit into your shrine. Or you can carry on if you are a frequent traveler and do not want to miss your daily practice.
It is done using natural stone color. The good thing about natural stone color is, it can easily last 100-200 years. All that we see in old monasteries and museums antique thangka were done using natural stone color.

Size: 16"/ 40.6 cm (width) x 24" / 60.9cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Stone Color, Genuine 24K Gold

THIS THANGKA IS HAND-PAINTED IN THE TRADITIONAL KARMA GADRI STYLE, AND THE QUALITY IS HIGH

It is painted at Enlightenment Studio, which is located near the Boudha Stupa.
This Buddhist art would be a great gift for a practitioner like you!


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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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