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Tibetan Butter lamp$500,00( 58 x 72 cm )Quick View
This painting is about Butter lamp. The light from the flame of the Butter Lamp symbolizes the wisdom of the awakened mind, dispelling the darkness of delusion and mental obscurations. Butter Lamps are used in nearly every Tibetan temple, household, and altar.
Red Tara – KuruKullaFrom $139,00( 38 x 50 cm )Quick View
One Buddhist Dakini originating from the country of Uddiyana is the goddess Kurukulla. The name Kurukulla is translated into Tibetan as Rigjyedma (rig-byed-ma), “she who is the cause knowledge.” She is associated with a king of Uddiyana named Indrabhuti.
Guru Rinpoche – Second BuddhaFrom $279,00( 51 x 75 cm )Quick View
Padmasambhava “Lotus-Born” also known as the Second Buddha, was a sage guru from Oddiyana, northwestern Classical India. Padmasambhava is said to have transmitted Vajrayana Buddhism to Tibet, Bhutan and neighboring countries in the 8th century AD. In those lands,
The Bhavachakra – Wheel of LifeFrom $289,00( 57 x 70 cm )Quick View
In Sanskrit, this image of the essence of Tibetan Buddhism, held and turned by a dreadful demon (Yama, the god of death?), is called Bhavacakra. It can be translated as 'Wheel of Life', 'Wheel of Existence', 'Wheel of Rebirth', 'Wheel