Atisha Tradition 21 Taras Thangka

Atisha Tradition 21 Taras Thangka

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Atisha Tradition 21 Taras Thangka is handpainted by Master Thangka artist from Kahmandu Nepal. It is handpainted on treated cotton canvas by using mixed stone colors and golden detailing.

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Atisha Tradition 21 Taras Thangka is handpainted by Master Thangka artist from Kahmandu Nepal. It is handpainted on treated cotton canvas by using mixed stone colors and golden detailing.

Amitabha Buddha is at the top center of the thangka. Green Tara is depicted in the center of the Thangka following the Atisha Tradition of drawing the 21 Taras Thangka.

The 21 Taras according to the tradition of Atisha is one of five 21 Tara Sytems current in Tibetan Buddhism.

All 21 Taras are depicted with a single face and two arms, in a sitting posture in the painting. Each Tara is holding a vase in the outstretched right hand and the color of the vase is the same as the color of the Tara.

Red Tara is depicted slightly fierce than white tara in the painting.

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Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 50 × 76 cm

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