Guru Rinpoche Tibetan Thangka is handpainted on a cotton canvas using pigments of vegetables and minerals.
Guru Padmasambhava in the center of the thangka is holding a vajra dispelling evil mudra in the right hand and in the left a white skullcup containing a long-life vase ornamented.
Mandarava and Yeshe Tsogyal are the two consorts of Padmasambhava which are represented in each button cornet of the thangka.
Guru Rinpoche also was known as Padmasambhava is the condensed essence of all enlightened beings.
Mantra of Padmasambhava
The mantra of Padmasambhava is Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum.
- Om is the perfect splendor and richness of sambhogakaya
- Ah is the total unchanging perfection of dharmakaya, the manifest body of absolute reality
- Hung perfects the presence of Guru Padmasambhava as the nirmanakaya, the manifest body of emanation
- Vajra perfects all the Heruka deities of the mandalas
- Guru refers to the root and transmission gurus and the holders of intrinsic awareness
- The Padma perfects the assembly of dakas and dakinis
- Siddhi is the life force of all the wealth deities and the guardians of the treasure teachings
- Hung is the life force of the Dharmapala, the protective deities
|Size||69 x 51 cm|