White Tara with 5 Dhyani Buddha Thangka

White Tara with 5 Dhyani Buddha Thangka

$1888

( 44 x 60 cm )

White Tara Thangka consists of 5 Dhyani buddhas in the uppermost part of the thangka with Chenrezik in both sides of the thangka with Manjushri and vajrapani in each button of the thangka.

Description

White Tara Thangka is handpainted n Kathmandu Nepal by Master Thangka Artist in the Newari style.

Thangka consists of white Tara in the center of the thangka, 5 Dhyani buddhas in the uppermost part of the thangka with Chenrezik in both sides of the thangka with Manjushri and vajrapani in each button of the thangka.

White Tara is supremely peaceful and meditative and is often praised as the Mother of All Buddhas. She sits in the meditative posture and she has eyes of watchful compassion on her forehead, the palms of her hands and the soles of her feet.

Her right hand is in the mudra of unconditional giving while her left hand holds a blue utpala flower

White Tara is famous for granting long life and for averting life-threatening situations. Her practice is especially beneficial for those who are older or who need healing.

 

Gallery

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  • White Tara black and white thangak with 5 dhyani buddha
  • White Tara black and white thangak details
  • White Tara black and white thangak details
  • White Tara black and white thangak
  • White Tara black and white thangak detail
  • White Tara black and white thangak

Additional information

Dimensions 44 × 60 cm
Mantra

Materials

Cotton Canvas, Gouache, Mineral & vegetable pigment colors

Spiritual power

Mudra

Size

Small, Medium, Large

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