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  • White Tara
    ( 27 x 37 cm )

    From $109,00

    Tara in Tibetan Buddhism is a female Bodhisattva. She is also known as the “mother of liberation”, and represents the virtues of success in work. 

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  • Buddha Mandala
    ( 27 x 33 cm )

    From $99,00

    Buddha mandala is an art either made out of sand or a painting. It is used as a visual aid for concentration and healing purposes. It is used in meditation halls too.

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  • Universe Mandala
    ( 25 x 33 cm )

    From $89,00

    Universe mandala connects us with the actual geometry of the universe. In the painting, different creatures, gods and nature are displayed which are part of the big creation, universe.

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  • Kalachakra Mandala
    ( 26 x 26 cm )

    From $69,00

    The Kalachakra system is one of the last and complex tantric systems in Tibet. In recent years many Westerners have become enlightened with this tradition. In the painting, there are two outer concentric circles. In the center, there is

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  • Om Mandala
    ( 22 x 22 cm )

    From $49,00

    The mandala is the painting of Om in Bodhisattva. The Om is arranged in a circular pattern for better focus and concentration

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  • Avalokitasvara
    ( 49 x 70 cm )

    From $249,00

    Avalokitesvara is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. He is also known as Padmapani.  Thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara of the most powerful and complex forms bodhisattva ’s which has 11 heads and 1,000 arms.

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  • Chenrezig
    ( 53 x 72 cm )

    From $279,00

    Chenrezig is a one who looks with clean and clear eyes. He is the Tibetan incarnation of Avalokitesvara and is considered to be the protector of Tibet.

     

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  • Wheel Of Life
    ( 66 x 91 cm )

    From $109,00

     The Wheel of Life is a presentation of Buddhist teaching on the suffering and is cyclic in form.   Essentially it is a metaphysical diagram made up of four concentric circles, held with a firm grip by Yama.

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  • White Tara
    ( 56 x 82 cm )

    $999,00

    It is applique of White Tara. Tara in Tibetan Buddhism is a female Bodhisattva. She is also known as the “mother of liberation”, and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.

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