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  • Sale! Buddhist Wheel Of Life Thangka Meaning

    The Wheel of Life Thangka is a portrayal of the Buddhist teaching on the impermanence and suffering that are inherent in cyclical life.

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    Buddhist Wheel Of Life Thangka Meaning

    The Wheel of Life Thangka is a portrayal of the Buddhist teaching on the impermanence and suffering that are inherent in cyclical life.

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  • Sale! Wheel Of Life Thangka Explanation

    This Thangka gives a good explanation of the Wheel of Life.  In Tibetan Buddhism, the Wheel is a representation of the exact reasons that people experience sorrow.

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    Tibetan Wheel of Life Thangka explanation

    This Thangka gives a good explanation of the Wheel of Life.  In Tibetan Buddhism, the Wheel is a representation of the exact reasons that people experience sorrow.

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  • Wheel Of Life Thangka Meaning

    This Wheel of Life Thangka has deeper meaning in Buddhist teaching and the significance of the cycle of life is precisely represented. It illustrates the god of death Yama a symbol of time, mortality, and illusion and protector of a wheel of life.

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    Wheel of Life Thangka Meaning

    This Wheel of Life Thangka has deeper meaning in Buddhist teaching and the significance of the cycle of life is precisely represented. It illustrates the god of death Yama a symbol of time, mortality, and illusion and protector of a wheel of life.

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  • Sale! Wheel of life Thangka

    This Wheel of Life thangka Painting represent symbol of the endless circle of life.

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    Wheel Of Life Thangka Painting

    This Wheel of Life thangka Painting represent symbol of the endless circle of life.

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    This Wheel of Life Thanka is made up of three rings, each of which represents a different part of the Buddhist philosophy.  Lord Yama with furious look in reddish colored holding the wheel with both of his hands.

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    Wheel Of Life Thanka Painting

    This Wheel of Life Thanka is made up of three rings, each of which represents a different part of the Buddhist philosophy.  Lord Yama with furious look in reddish colored holding the wheel with both of his hands.

    $160.00 Add to cart