The honorific title by which he is generally known is Guru Rinpoche, Precious Teacher. He usually sits on a lotus that sprang up in a small lake, wrapped in heavy, expensive robes, and wears a hat with its earflaps up. He posses a vajra in his right hand and a kapala (skull cup) with a little jar of amrita in his left hand, and a khatvanga clamped against his left shoulder. He is flanked by his consorts, the Indian princess Mandarava, who stands to his right, and Yeshe Tsogyal, who stands to the left, the two favorite and tantrically most gifted of his five wives.
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Guru Shakya Senge Thangka$1000( 60 x 80 cm )
Guru Shakya Senge Thangka is one of Guru Rinpoche’s eight manifestations which is handpainted on handmade cotton canvas.
Guru Nyima Oser Thangka$500( 38 x 50 cm )
Guru Nyima Oser Thangka is one of Guru Rinpoche’s eight manifestations which is handpainted on handmade cotton canvas by using vegetable mineral color.
Guru Urgyen Dorje Chang Thangka$520( 38 x 50 cm )
Urgyan Dorje Chang Thangka is handpainted in Kathmandu Nepal. Pema Jungne is the Vajra Holder from the of Oddiyana.
Old Thangka of Padmasambhava$800( 39 x 45 cm )
Old Thangka of Padmasambhava is more than 40 years old thangka which is handpainted on handmade cotton canvas.
Guru Rinpoche Tibetan Thangka$720( 51 x 69 cm )
Guru Rinpoche Tibetan Thangka is handpainted on a cotton canvas using pigments of vegetables and minerals.
Padmasambhava Buddhist Thangka$720( 56 x 79 cm )
Padmasambhava Buddhist Thangka is handpainted on a cotton canvas using pigments of vegetables and minerals.
Guru Padmasambhava Tibetan Thangka$600( 46 x 60 cm )
Guru Padmasambhava Tibetan Thangka is handpainted on a cotton canvas using pigments of vegetables and minerals.
Padmasambhava Thangka Art$90( 20 x 25 cm )
Padmasambhava Thangka Art is handpainted in Bright Color by using traditional color in handmade cotton canvas.
Padmasambhava Tibetan Thangka$480( 38 x 50 cm )
Guru Padmasambhava in the center of the thangka is holding a vajra dispelling evil mudra in the right hand and in the left a white skullcup.