Study Dharma Buddhism through Wheel of Life Thangka
- The Wheel of Life is a beautiful thangka that can be used to study Dharma Buddhism.
- Hand-painted in Nepal using traditional materials and techniques.
- Made of cotton canvas with vivid colors and intricate details.
- Measures 66×48 cm without brocade.
- Comes framed in a traditional Tibetan silk brocade with a size of 60/89 cm.
- High-quality art and authentic design.
- Perfect addition to your homer and altar.
Symbolic Meaning of Wheel of Life:
- The Wheel of Life, a profound Buddhist symbol, embodies the eternal cycle of existence. It encompasses the six realms of being, the causes of suffering, and the path to attain liberation.The six realms depicted within the wheel are the realms of gods, demigods, humans, animals, hungry ghosts, and hell beings.
- Each realm possesses its unique qualities, experiences both happiness and suffering, and is subject to the outcomes of karmic actions.
- Yama, the lord of death, firmly holds the wheel, symbolizing the transient and ignorant nature of existence. At the center of the wheel, a pig, a snake, and a rooster represent the three poisons that bind individuals to the cycle of samsara: ignorance, attachment, and aversion.
- Around the wheel, twelve interconnected links or nidanas illustrate the intricate chain of cause and effect in samsara. These links portray the progression from ignorance to volitional actions, consciousness, name and form, the six senses, sensation, craving, grasping, becoming, birth, and ultimately, aging and death.
- 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)
Wheel of life 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.
The twelve links of dependent origination underscore the interdependent nature of various elements that perpetuate the cycle of suffering and rebirth. They emphasize the significance of ignorance, craving, and clinging within this cycle, while also pointing to the potential for liberation through the cultivation of wisdom, understanding, and the cessation of craving.
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 study Dharma 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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