Buddhism includes a wide array of divine beings that are venerated in various ritual and popular contexts. Initially, they included mainly Indian deities such as devas and yakshas but later came to include other Asian spirits and local gods. They range from enlightened Buddhas to regional spirits adopted by Buddhists or practiced on the margins of the religion.

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  • Kuan Yin Goddess of Compassion
    ( 68 x 96 cm )

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    Guanyin is portrayed in this thangka painting as a beautiful young woman posing in her traditional reclined position, donned in a flowing robe and wearing royal jewels.

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  • Samantabhadra Kuntu Thangka
    ( 18 x 24 cm )

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    Samantabhadra meaning the ‘All Good’ or ‘Ever Perfect’, is the Adi or Primordial Buddha of the Nyingma or ‘ancient-school’ of Tibetan Buddhism, where he is recognized as the sublime source from which many of the Mahayoga, Anuyoga, and Atiyoga.

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  • Tapihrista Bon Yogi Thangka
    ( 133 x 194 cm )

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    Tapihritsa was an ordinary man born in a nomadic family in the country of Zhang Zhung and his main teacher was Dawa Gyaltsen.

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  • Green Tara – Thangka for Compassion
    ( 49 x 70 cm )

    From $249,00

    Green Tara is the most popular form of the Taras, also known as Arya Tara or Vasya Tara. She is the consort of Amogasiddhi. Her color Green is that of the active Enlightenment of Feminine Compassion and indicates that the

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  • Green Tara
    ( 45 x 65 cm )

    From $209,00

    Green Tara is usually associated with protection from fear and the following eight obscuration . In the painting (Green Tara)  she is seen sitting in a decorative sofa, decorated by flowers and some colorful pearls. She is seen in meditative

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  • Green Tara Mandala
    ( 42 x 59 cm )

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    From $179,00

    Green Tara is usually associated with protection from fear and the following eight obscurations. In the painting (Green Tara)  she is seen sitting on a decorative sofa, decorated with flowers and some colorful pearls. She is seen in meditative position.

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  • Tamdrin
    ( 53 x 71 cm )

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    From $269,00

    Tamdrin is another protective manifestation of Avalokiteshvara. It is associated with the Hindu god Vishnu, he is red with a white face on the right and green grace on the left and has a horse’s head in his hair.

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