Karmapa

Karmapa

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Karmapa is the king of Victor and formally he is known as the head of Karma. This painting portraits Tsongkhapa while meditating.

 

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Karmapa is the king of Victor and formally he is known as the head of Karma. Karmapa is under the category Tsongkhapa. Tsongkhapa is derived from a great meditator of Bodhisattva. The mandalas under Tsongkhapa generally includes tree-like structure. In the painting like Lineage Tree and Karmapa Buddha is seen getting knowledge and power from a supreme force, which is Tsongkhapa. This painting portraits Tsongkhapa while meditating.

 

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    Jaime Owens

    Very beautiful and looks great above our alter!!

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