Vajrapani Applique Thangka

Vajrapani Applique Thangka

$1129

Vajrapani Applique Thangka is hand-stitched using many pieces of precious silk. The size of vajrapani applique thangka is 91*71 cm.

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Vajrapani Applique Thangka is hand-stitched using many pieces of precious silk. The size of vajrapani applique thangka is 91*71 cm.

Thangka with silk frame 72x 56 inches (182 x141cm)

Thangka without silk frame 36 x 28 inches (91 x 71cm)

Vajrapani is known as the embodiment of power and the keeper of the Buddha’s tantric teachings. He was given the mission of vanquishing a monster known as Nagpo Tsalak in a period out of mind, and he was given the moniker Conqueror of the Four Quarters, which literally means “Conqueror of the Four Quarters.” He also swore at the time to uphold the teachings of the thousand buddhas for the rest of the eon. He is claimed to have several pure areas, which are only accessible to those who know the paths to them. Chang Lo Chen in Tibetan, or Adákavati in Sanskrit, is the name of the realm where he is claimed to reside.

His dark blue color implies that he is absorbed in the happy Truth Body, or Dharmakaya, at all times. Although he looks to be a vengeful deity, his wrath is solely directed at those who seek to destroy the dharma. The knowledge that is the essence of the Buddha’s teachings is symbolized by the vajra he holds in his right hand. He is frequently shown in the Rigsum Gonpo trio with Avalokiteshvara and Manjushri, embodying the characteristics required for enlightenment – compassion, wisdom, and power.

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 71 × 91 cm

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is Known as göchen in . The Huns of Central were the first to use to decorate saddle blankets. It traveled eastward along the Road, and accepted it as a holy form. Fabric were created in the 15th century utilizing an indigenous applique method. These thangkas, which are lavishly embroidered and appliqued, immediately became popular in Tibet. Because of its excellent materials, durability, suppleness, .

Applique Thangka of Vajrapani

The of is created using hundreds of hand-cut and embroidered pieces of satin and , stitched together with horsetail.  This applique is handmade by following methods of strictly adhering to the proportions of as they are laid down in scripture. About the Applique Vajrapani is revered as the embodiment of power and the keeper of the ’s . He was given the mission of vanquishing .