35 Buddha Thangka

35 Buddha Thangka

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35 Buddha Thangka depicts 35 Buddhas. Each one of these 35 Buddhas has at the same time the capacity to eliminate negative actions and obstacles to the practice of Dharma.
The recitation of Sutra of Three Accumulations, the prayer of

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35 Buddha Thangka depicts 35 Buddhas. Each one of these 35 Buddhas has at the same time the capacity to eliminate negative actions and obstacles to the practice of Dharma.

The recitation of Sutra of Three Accumulations, the prayer of confession in front of 35 Buddhas is a particularly effective method to purify any failure to the wish it is usually accompanied by prostrations.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 29 × 35 cm

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