Samantabhadra Thangka is a Buddhist art Hand Painted on cotton canvas by an experienced Thangka Artist in Kathmandu, Nepal. The size of the thangka is 72*52cm.
Buddha Samantabhadra is one of the oldest complex figures in Buddhism. Samantabhadra is depicted with the blue body in this thangka.
He has one face and two hands. The 2 hands are placed in the lap in the gesture of meditation, with the two legs folded together in vajra posture.
Samantabhadra and Samantabhadri
Samantabhadra is embraced by the consort Samantabhadri. Samantabhadri is peaceful in appearance with a pale complexion.
They are surrounded by a yellow nimbus and green aureola. They are seated atop a moon disc and multi-colored lotus blossom cushion above a decorative snow lion-supported throne.