White Tara Thangka, Tibetan Tara Painting, Traditional Buddhist Art

SKU: 18846


White Tara Thangka Painting, Tibetan Buddhist Painting done in Gold and stone colors

White Tara is also known as Dolma is one of the most popular Bodhisattvas in Vajrayana Buddhism. Within the Tibetan Himalayan community, Tara is widely practiced for long life and good health. The foundation of precious human life stands with longevity and good health.
It is done in the traditional Karma Gadri style, 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 museum's antique thangka were done using natural stone color.

We follow the Buddhist text and iconography detail to make sure it presents all the right attributes for your meditation practice.

Size: 6.5"/16 cm (width) x 9"/22 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Stone Colors, 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 inspiring 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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