Green Tara Thangka Painting
Green Tara thangka painting partly painted with 24 k gold, water and stone color. Multiple deities like Amitabha Buddha on top and other Tibetan deities like padmapani Avalokitesvara surround the main deity.Free shipping! on bulk order. Namaste! Tashi Delek! Contact us now!
It creates a spiritual environment and inspire you to be more compassionate kind and even encourage you to do meditate or do your prayers with even more dedication and grace. You can place this thangka on the walls when you are doing Tara pooja or reciting tara mantras.
This thangka is hand painted by a Lama artist in Nepal. This thangka can be brocaded also. We have varieties of silk brocade too. Please feel free to write to us.
Green Tara symbolizes the female side of wisdom activity in our mind and is basically an emanation of the air-element (Amoghsiddhi Buddha). She is also called ‘Mother of All Buddhas’ and has many peaceful and wrathful forms. Click Here for Detail Green Tara? What does it mean?
Technical Description of Green Tara Thangka Painting is as follows.
- Hand-painted on cotton canvas
- Dimensions: 65/46 cm
- Materials: Cotton Canvas, Poster color, Mixed Gold
- Skill and Origin: Handmade in Nepal
- Category: Tibetan thangka paintings, Spirituality
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A Thangka is more than a piece of artwork. It is two-dimensional representation of spiritual world. It is an object of devotion, an aid to spiritual practice and also a source of blessings to those who meditate upon it. Basically it is a visual tool to help in your meditation spiritual practice to attain higher level of enlightenment. Thangka paintings carry incredible power and blessings that can bring positive energy in your life and environment surrounding you. Check here to learn more about Tibetan thangka paintings