Dhukar Thangka

Dhukar Thangka

$859

( 56 x 77 cm )

Dhukar is known as Ushinisha Sitatapatra in Sanskrit and Duk-Karmo in Tibetan. She is one of the many powerful female deities.

Description

Dhukar is known as Ushinisha Sitatapatra in Sanskrit and Duk-Karmo in Tibetan. She is one of the many powerful female deities. This Thangka is handpainted in Kathmandu Nepal by Master Thangka Artist.

Dhukar is brilliant white, radiating with love and compassion and her body is adorned with various ornaments.

She has a thousand eyes that watch over living beings, and a thousand arms that protect and assist them. Thus she symbolizes the power of active compassion.

Her parasol indicates her ability to protect sentient beings from natural catastrophes, diseases, black magic and so forth. She is white in color because the principal means by which she accomplishes this function is the enlightenment energy of pacification.

Dhukar is brilliant white, radiating with love and compassion and her body is adorned with various ornaments.

Additional information

Dimensions 56 × 77 cm
Materials

Cotton Canvas, Gouache, Mineral & vegetable pigment colors

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