Tibetan Thangka of Rantasambava

Tibetan Thangka of Rantasambava

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Tibetan thangka of Rantasambava is handpainted on cotton canvas by a Thangka artist from Nepal. He is one of five Tathagatas symbolizing the wisdom of equality.

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Tibetan thangka of Rantasambava is handpainted on cotton canvas by a Thangka artist from Nepal. He is one of five Tathagatas symbolizing the wisdom of equality.

Iconography of Ratnasambara Buddha

He is yellow in color. He belongs to the Buddha family of Jewel. He is placed in the stupa facing to the south.

He shows Varada mudra with his right hand. He holds Cintamani jewel in his left hand kept on his lap. He also represents the purified form of defilement pride.

He rides on the horse throne symbolizing that he ferries over the suffering sentient beings with full vigor. He resides in the pure abode of Ratnavati heaven.

The mantra of Ratnasambara Buddha

The mantra of Ratnasambara Buddha is om ra tna sam bha va tram.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 45 × 65 cm

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