The Bhavachakra, the Wheel of Life or Wheel of Becoming, is a mandala – a complex picture representing the Buddhist view of the universe. To Buddhists, existence is a cycle of life, death, rebirth, and suffering that they seek to escape altogether.
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The Buddhist Wheel of Life ThangkaFrom $179( 90 x 110 cm )
The Wheel of Life illustrates in a popular way the essence of the Buddhist teachings, the Four Truths: the existence of earthly suffering, its origin and cause, the ending or prevention of misery and the practice path to liberation
Wheel of Life Thangka PaintingFrom $209( 46 x 61 cm )
The Wheel of Life is a traditional representation of the samsaric cycle of existence illustrating the essence of the Four Truths of the Buddhism, the existence of earthly suffering, its origin, and cause, the practice path to liberation from suffering and its ending.
The Wheel of Becoming ThangkaFrom $309( 55 x 75 cm )
The Bhavachakra, the Wheel of Life or Wheel of Becoming, is a thangka which is a complex picture representing the Buddhist view of the universe. To Buddhists, existence is a cycle of life, death, rebirth, and suffering that they
The Wheel of Life: Bhava-ChakraFrom $129( 30 x 40 cm )
The Wheel of life (Sanskrit: bhava-chakra, Tibetan: srid pa’ikhor lo) painting is primarily a representation of the round rebirth and the various levels of sufferings within the round
The Wheel of Life ThangkaFrom $129( 30 x 40 cm )
The circular wheel containing the images represents the cycle of life & death, with all the various karmic activities that lead to suffering
The Bhavachakra – Wheel of LifeFrom $289( 57 x 70 cm )
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