Pancha Manjushri Thangka Painting

Pancha Manjushri Thangka Painting


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It is believed that Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of wisdom, traveled from China to Nepal on a pilgrimage and upon his arrival, the Kathmandu Valley was still a large lake.

He then used his flaming sword to cut a gorge that drained the lake, allowing people to inhabit the area. This is also where the Swayambhunath Stupa was constructed, which was built on the spot where the lotus flower settled.

Manjushri is a guardian of the Tathagata family, which includes Buddha Shakyamuni and Buddha Vairochana, alongside Avalokitesvara and Vajrapani.

Weight 100 Grams
Size  66*92 cm
Material Cotton Canvas and Mixed Color

Iconography of Manjushri

In this artwork, Manjushri is depicted in his most recognizable form as a youthful prince with a complexion of orange or yellow. He grasps a blazing sword in his right hand, signifying the obliteration of unawareness and the emergence of enlightened knowledge.

He has his left hand placed on his chest, clutching the stem of a lotus flower that carries the Prajnaparamita sutra, symbolizing the achievement of knowledge and understanding.

Manjushri Mantra

The Manjushri mantra is Om A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhih.


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