Learn Buddhism through Wheel of Life Thangka
- The Wheel of Life is a beautiful thangka that can be used to learn Buddhism.
- Hand-painted in Nepal using traditional materials and techniques.
- Made of cotton canvas with vivid colors and intricate details.
- Measures 39×48 cm without brocade.
- Comes framed in a traditional Tibetan silk brocade with a size of 60/89 cm.
- High-quality craftsmanship and authentic design.
- Perfect addition to home decor and altars.
Symbolic Meaning of Wheel of Life:
- The Wheel of Life is a significant Buddhist symbol that represents the perpetual cycle of existence. It portrays the six realms of existence, the causes of suffering, and the path to enlightenment.Within the wheel, you can find the god realm, demigod realm, human realm, animal realm, hungry ghost realm, and hell realm. Each realm possesses distinct characteristics, experiences both joys and sorrows, and carries karmic consequences.
The wheel of life thangka on the other hand depicts the philosophy in a visual form to provide the very spiritual message and serve as a powerful coaching tool.
- Check this article to learn more about the Wheel of life Thangka ( A Powerful reminder of the impermanence of life and endless cycle of birth, death, and rebirth)
The Wheel of Life Thangka is a hand-painted artwork that embodies the profound teachings of Buddha and the Buddhist understanding of the eternal cycle of existence. It serves as a powerful symbol, reminding us of the impermanence of life and the quest for liberation. With its captivating array of colors and intricate details, this exquisite thangka transcends mere aesthetics, offering a spiritual and enlightening experience. By proudly displaying it in your home, you can immerse yourself in its peaceful and serene presence. Don’t miss the opportunity to acquire this authentic and profoundly meaningful artwork that will help you to learn Buddhism.
- Order your Wheel of life thangka today and experience the peace and tranquility it brings to your home.
- Perfect for personal use or as a meaningful gift for a Buddhist friend.
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