High-quality hand-drawn Shakyamuni Buddha thangka painting painted on cotton canvas with 24 K gold in Newari style thangka painting. This beautiful Tibetan Shakyamuni Buddha Thangka painting has been depicted carrying an alms bowl while sitting on a moon disc lotus seat and smiling serenely. His left hand is touching the ground with his right hand while performing a mudra.
Shakyamuni Buddha is the Buddha of our time. He is seated in perfect Meditation posture His left hand lies in his lap with his palm upward in the gesture of meditation (Dhyana Mudra).
This thangka artwork can be used for a variety of things, including daily meditation, Buddhist rites, and even house decor.
Beautifully hand-painted Shakyamuni Buddha Thangka painting painted on cotton canvas with acrylic paint by an artisan from Nepal using ancient Newari style.
This beautiful Shakyamuni Buddha Thangka will bring peace and a positive environment to your home and office.
Perfect gifts for you and your loved one on any special occasion.
There are various uses of Thangka Paintings. Thangka serve many purposed in Tibetan society. In times past, the aristocracy kept a number of thangka as precious heirlooms. Ordinary people also invited artists to create thangkas for them for religious purposes or to commemorate certain events. Thangkas are considered works of stateliness and, therefore, are found in the halls and living quarters of all temples and monasteries.
In a monastery e, thangka or thanka are used for worship and meditation of a priest, and practice of specific Buddhism.
Thangka are intended to serve as a record of and guide for contemplative experience. For example, you might be instructed by your teacher to imagine yourself as a specific figure in a specific setting. You could use a thangka or thank you as a reference for the details of posture, attitude, color, and clothing. etc., of a figure located in a field, or in a palace, possibly surrounded by many other figures of meditation teachers, your family, etc. In this way, thangkas are intended to convey iconography information in a pictorial manner. A text of the same meditation would supply similar details in written descriptive form.
In Tibetan culture, Thangka is used for the time of the ceremony on the 49 the of the reparative who passed away. Moreover, it is used also in the case of the congratulations of a marriage ceremony or the New Year.
Thangka afford us important material for studying the religion, history, culture, painting, arts and crafts, and scientific achievements of Tibet.
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