A lineage in Buddhism is a line of transmission of the Buddhist teaching that is “theoretically traced back to the Buddha himself.” The acknowledgement of the transmission can be oral, or certified in documents. Several branches of Buddhism, including Chan (including Zen and Seon) and Tibetan Buddhism maintain records of their historical teachers. These records serve as a validation for the living exponents of the tradition.
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Gelugpa Refuge Field Thangka$1700( 70 x 100 cm )
Gelugpa Refuge Field Thangka is the basis for a visualization and meditation practice common to Tantric Buddhism.
Gelug Lineage Tree Thangka$3200( 74 x 104 cm )
Gelug Lineage Tree Thangka is the basis for a visualization and meditation practice common to Tantric Buddhism.
Cho Lineage Tree Thangka Painting$3800( 70 x 108 cm )
Cho Lineage Tree is handpainted in Nepal. Machig Labdron is in the center of the thangka with the cho lineage surrounding her.
Tsongkhapa and the Gelugpa Lineage Tree Thangka$2329( 102 x 152 cm )
The painting is the Lineage tree thangka, with four levels of enlightenment. At the ground of the tree structure, there are different forms of creatures.