Kalachakra Shakti – Newari style Thangka

Kalachakra Shakti – Newari style Thangka

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Kalachakra Shakti Newari style Thangka Painting is represented beautifully with a primordial union of wisdom & compassion.

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Kalachakra Shakti – Newari style Thangka is handpainted in Nepal by using vegetable colors pigment on cotton canvas. Kalachakra is represented beautifully in this thangka painting with a primordial union of wisdom & compassion.

Introduction Of Kalachakra Deity

Kalachakra means the ‘Wheel of Time’ & offers tools to help you free yourself from cyclical existence [Skt. Samsara]. Samsara refers to patterns of behavior such as habits & preconceived ideas concerning the nature of reality. Each of the tools held by the deity provides a specific solution. The sum of all of Kalachakra’s attributes can lead you to pure consciousness beyond the normal conception of space & time.

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Dimensions 38 × 58 cm
Mantra

Materials

Cotton Canvas, Gouache, Mineral & vegetable pigment colors

Mudra

Spiritual power

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Kalachakra is the main deity of Sambara. Kalachakra means the ‘Wheel of Time’ & offers tools to help you free yourself from cyclical existence [Skt. Samsara]. Samsara refers to patterns of behavior such as habits & preconceived ideas concerning the nature of reality. Each of the tools held by the deity provides a specific solution. The sum of all of Kalachakra’s attributes can lead you to pure consciousness beyond the normal conception of space & time. Kalachakra has four heads, 24 arms & 2 legs. A principle head is blue, with a blue upper body & four blue left & four right arms. His two principle arms embrace Kalachakri. Additionally a left redhead, four red left, four right arms & a red left leg a white right-facing head, four white right arms & a white right leg. Kalachakra is an emanation of blue Akshobhya [Skt.] [Eng. unshakable which is why Kalachakra is predominately blue.