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26.5” x 20” Shakyamuni Buddha Thangka Painting
US$ 350.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 26.5” x 20” Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Shakyamuni Buddha – The Enlightened One
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Beyond the pain and pressures, the toil and tears of life, away from illusory scene of transience and impermanence, transcending loving and halting transistorizes of this world, is the Enlightened One, Shakyamuni, the Sage of the Sakyas, Gautama Buddha. Gautama has overcome the temptations of Mara and of his demons in their innumerable aspects, some terrifying, some monstrous and some voluptuous. The intense inner struggle of Gautama makes him an immediately human figure to us. Mara tries to break him even when he has attained complete enlightenment and tempts him to vanish into nirvana and leave mankind in darkness. The Buddha is serene and motionless. Gautam Buddha has passed the raging fury of illusory forms. The Sage is supremely Enlightened One, aware of the cause of suffering and of the way to attain liberation from them. Gautam Buddha calls the Earth Goddess to witness by his earth-touching gesture or bhumi-sparsha-mudra. The right hand stretches down to the earth, the palm inside and all fingers straight. By this gesture, Gautam Buddha destroys all the demons of the earth. While the right hand of the Buddha is in the gesture of touching the earth, his left hand holds the alms bowl. Gautam Buddha is seated with legs crossed in the lotus position or Padmasana, on a moon disk, placed on a lotus.

This beautiful 26.5” x 20” Shakyamuni Buddha Sculpture has his left hand extended in the Bhumisparsa gesture, the mudra of witness. His left hand lies in the lap with palm upward. This is the gesture of "touching the earth" or "calling the earth to witness," commemorating Buddha's victory over temptation by the demon Mara. Shakyamuni Buddha is seated on a Padmasana pedestal of lotus petals arranged in a row. This is one of the most popular portrayals of Shakyamuni – at the moment of his full enlightenment under the Bodhi tree at Bodhgaya.
 
26” x 20” White Tara Scroll Thangka Painting
US$ 367.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 26” x 20” White Tara Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
White Tara – The Divine Mother
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Goddess White Tara is also called Sapta Lochani (Sapta means Seven and Lochani means Eye) because she has seven eyes. The Goddess White Tara is the female personification of compassion. Born of a tear from the eye of Avalokiteshwara, literally her name means "saviors". White Tara represents the enlightened and liberating activity of all the Buddhas. White Tara embodies the motherly aspect of universal compassion. Her compassion for living beings and her desire to save them from suffering is said to be even stronger than a mother's love for her children. White Tara, the Mother of all Buddhas, is known for her swiftness in responding to the prayers of those who invoke her name. White Tara meditation practice is said to grant health, long life, fearlessness, patience, and peace.

In this 26” x 20” White Tara Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting, White Tara is seated gracefully on a lotus base in the Lalitasana posture. Her right hand is open towards us in the gesture of supreme generosity, signifying her ability to fulfill our spiritual and material needs. Her left hand is in the gesture of bestowing blessing, refuge, and protection. White Tara is clad in brocade, naked from the waist up, saves for the profusion of jewelry and crowned by a tiara. Her rounded face is surmounted by a mass of tubular hair. White Tara holds a lotus in her left hand and displays the gesture of charity with the right. The third eye on her forehead and four additional eyes, two each on her palms and soles, symbolize her omniscience.
 
28” x 18.5” Karmapa Thangka Scroll Painting
US$ 400.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 28" x 18.5" Karmapa Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Karmapa
 
22.5” x 17” Green Tara Thangka Painting
US$ 367.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 22.5” x 17” Green Tara Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted with Gold by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Green Tara – THE PROTECTRESS
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Green Tara is regarded as spiritual consort of Amoghasiddhi, the Dhyani Buddha. Green Tara is portrayed similar to that of the White Tara. One can find the difference only in her left hand which holds a half – closed lotus or water – lily flower with long petals which is often blue. In the Lamaeist Tradition, Tara is incarnated in all good women. Green Tara is also to have mortal base in historic persons of the Nepali and Chinese princess who married the great king Srong – Tsong Gampo and credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet and China. Green Tara vowed "until Samsara is empty, I shall work for benefit of sentient beings in a woman's body". Green Tara is worshipped, because she brings all good women.

Green Tara is seated on a lotus rising out of a lake. Dressed in fine silk and rainbow – colored stockings, Green Tara holds in each hand a blue Utpala flower. Green Tara sits in Lalita asana (sitting position) with her right leg extended ready to assist those who ask her help.
 
23.9” x 19.5” Newari Pauba Green Tara Thangka Painting
US$ 400.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 23.9” x 19.5” Newari Pauba Green Tara Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted with Gold by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Green Tara – THE PROTECTRESS
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Green Tara is regarded as spiritual consort of Amoghasiddhi, the Dhyani Buddha. Green Tara is portrayed similar to that of the White Tara. One can find the difference only in her left hand which holds a half – closed lotus or water – lily flower with long petals which is often blue. In the Lamaeist Tradition, Tara is incarnated in all good women. Green Tara is also to have mortal base in historic persons of the Nepali and Chinese princess who married the great king Srong – Tsong Gampo and credited with the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet and China. Green Tara vowed "until Samsara is empty, I shall work for benefit of sentient beings in a woman's body". Green Tara is worshipped, because she brings all good women.

Green Tara is seated on a lotus rising out of a lake. Dressed in fine silk and rainbow – colored stockings, Green Tara holds in each hand a blue Utpala flower. Green Tara sits in Lalita asana (sitting position) with her right leg extended ready to assist those who ask her help.
 
23” x 19” Newari Pauba Saraswati Thangka Painting
US$ 400.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 23” x 19” Newari Pauba Saraswati Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted with Gold by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Saraswati – The Goddess of Knowledge
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Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and all the creative arts. Saraswati is called the Mother of the Veda’s and the repository of Brahman’s creative intelligence. Saraswati is also called Vak Devi, the goddess of speech.

Dressed in white, Saraswati holds a mala and palmleaf scroll, indicating knowledge. Saraswati usually rides a swan and sometimes a peacock, while playing music on a veena.
 
25.8” x 19” Wheel of Life Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting
US$ 367.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 25.8” x 19” Wheel of Life Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Wheel of Life
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Commonly referred to as the "Wheel of Life," this classical image from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition depicts the psychological states, or realms of existence, associated with the unenlightened state. A powerful mirror for spiritual aspirants, the wheel of deluded existence is often painted to the left of Tibetan monastery doors; it offers an opportunity for monks and pilgrims alike to look deeply into their essential being. At the center of the Mandala, the intertwined images of a pig, a rooster, and a snake symbolically depict the ignorance, greed, and aggression that characterize the worlds of suffering and dissatisfaction, which Buddhist call Samsara. Surrounding the central figures are five concentric rings of attendant deities or, in the case of these Thangkas, their symbolic equivalents. The first circle, the circle of Great Bliss, consists of four goddesses in the four cardinal directions. At the intermediate points of the compass are four skull cups supported by vases and containing seminal essences, blood, five ambrosial nectars, and the "five awakening." The second circle is the Circle of Mind (Chittachakra); the third is the Circle of Speech (Vakrachakra); the fourth, the Circle of the Body (Kayachakra); and the fifth, the Circle of Tantric Vows (Samayachakra). In the second two versions, these circles are represented by stylized lotus petals radiating from the central image. Each of the Mandalas is inscribed by a decorative frieze of mythical animals and floral motifs, an element introduced into Buddhist painting in the mid – twentieth century by Newar artists of the Kathmandu valley. As a support for inner transformation, Chakrasamvara's blissful radiance converts timid responses to reality into radical engagement. When desire no longer clings to its object, it awakens to its primordial nature, which no longer divides into self and other. This blissful awareness encompasses all life and emotions, combusting in the liberating vision of selfless ecstasy. On the outer ring of the first Mandala are the eight charnel grounds that confront Tantric practitioners with a realm beyond hopes, desires, preferences, and fears. The charnel grounds signify the transformative energies of Tantra itself, the seamless continuity of life and death. Ignorance of our true nature is transformed in the charnel grounds into fearless and radiant awareness, the corpse of our mundane self consumed by jackals and flames. Without an acceptance of death and transfiguration, our aspirations to wholeness, to Buddhahood, can never bear fruit. All Creation Begins with the sacred union of male and female energies. To experience the pure creative passion between man and woman, to know unconditional love, is to manifest the body, mind, and spirit of a Buddha.
 
31.5” x 23.5” Buddha Life Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting
US$ 367.00
Speciality: Beautifully Painted 31.5” x 23.5” Buddha Life Tibetan Thangka Scroll Painting is painted by the experienced artisans who have been devoted in the business from generations.
Buddha Life – The Life Story of Buddha
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Buddha Life Thangka illustrates the life story of Buddha. All the historic part of Buddha's life is depicted visually in the Buddha Life Thangka. The Day he was born from his mothers right arm pit as she rested her arm on the branch of a big tree in the garden of Lumbini. The childhood locked inside the palace compounds, freeing him from the evil and preventing him from seeing and experiencing any kind of pain or suffering of outside world. The Day he ventured beyond the castle walls and came across sorrow, pain, death and those suffering – he saw beggar, a cripple, a corpse and a holy man – which affected the prince deeply, awakening a deep desire to find the corpse of suffering and thus alleviate it. The Night he escaped the walls of palace, when all were asleep and began the life of wandering ascetic. His years of fasting, meditation and time spent in painful search to find a way to end suffering. The full moon night when he had a direct realization of Nirvana (eternal peace), which transformed prince into Buddha. The Time he spent guiding people towards nirvana, love and friendship. The Day he left this world at the age of eighty, having exhausted his human body for the sake of all sentiment beings. All are shown in the Buddha Life Thangka Painting.
 
8.5” Aparmita Shakti Statue
US$ 357.00
Speciality: This hand carved 8.5” Partially Gold Gilded Aparmita Shakti Copper Sculpture is made from Copper with Partially Gold Gilded Statue or Sculpture is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal.
This 8.5” Partially Gold Gilded Aparmita Shakti Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with Partially Gold Gilded Statue or Sculpture and has beautifully painted face which is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Aparmita – THE BUDDHA OF INFINITE LIGHT
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Aparmita is the name given to Amitabha in his character of bestower of longevity. Aparmita may be turned either a “Crowned Buddha or a Bodhisattva and is therefore richly clad and wears the thirteen ornaments. His hair is painted blue and falls on either side to his elbows or may be curiously coiled. Aparmita is seated like Buddha and his hands lie on his lap in Dhyana Mudra holding the ambrosia vase, his special emblem. The vase is richly decorated and from the cover fall four strings of beads which represent sacred pills. In the preliminary worship, the pills made from buttered dough and the ambrosia brewed from spirit or beer and offered in a skull bowl to the great image of Aparmita. The lama then places a vajra on the ambrosia vase, which the image of Amitayus holds in its lap, and applies a cord, which is attached to the vajra, his own heart. The wine in the ambrosia vase is then consecrated and the people partake of it as well as of the sacred pills with the firm conviction that there lives will be prolonged through their faith in Aparmita.

In this 8.5” Sculpture Aparmita is shown in his popular posture with his Consort. Aparmita is seated like Buddha and his hands lie on his lap in Dhyana Mudra holding the ambrosia vase, his special emblem. The vase is richly decorated and from the cover fall four strings of beads which represent sacred pills. Aparmita wears the thirteen ornaments and his hair is painted blue and falls on either side to his elbows or may be curiously coiled.
 
9.2” Chenrezig Shakti Statue
US$ 357.00
Speciality: Beautifully Carved 9.2” Chenrezig Shakti Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded crafted by the master artisan of Patan, Nepal.
Beautifully Carved 9.2” Chenrezig Shakti Sculpture made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is made by the artisan from Patan, Nepal who has been in this business for generation.

Chenrezig – The Buddha of Compassion
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Chenrezig is an enlightened being who is a manifestation of all Buddhas' compassion. Chenrezig is known the 'Buddha of Compassion'. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment. This mudra is indicating 'I attained jewel-like great enlightenment through receiving blessings from my Spiritual Guide Amitabha'.

His second left hand holds a white lotus flower. A lotus grows in the mud at the bottom of a lake, but its flowers bloom on the surface of the water, completely free from the stains of mud. By holding a lotus flower Chenrezig is showing that because he attained enlightenment he is free from all obstacles, and has a completely pure body, speech and mind. His second right hand holds a crystal mala, symbolizing that he can free all living beings from samsara and lead them to liberation. If we rely sincerely upon Chenrezig and recite his mantra with strong faith, temporarily we shall improve our realizations of the stages of the path, especially our realization of great compassion, and ultimately we shall attain supreme Buddhahood in Avalokiteshvara's Pure Land, the Pure Land of Bliss.

In this form, Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig is shown in his popular posture with his Consort. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment.
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