Thousand armed hand painted Avalokiteshvara Thankga Painting

Item# : B761768092460


This exquisite 1000-armed Chenrezig Thangka is referred as Buddha of compassion who cherishes bodhicitta or selfless love for all living beings. This thangka reflects simplicity and purity. It is hand painted on cotton canvas using acrylic paint and illuminate with stunning luminosity with 24 k gold.


Hand painted

Preserve ancient Thangka art

Deliver 5-7 Business Days

Source directly from Patan, Nepal


Avalokiteshvara represents all compassion experienced by enlightened and seeking creatures. Buddhist mythology states that this form of Avalokiteshvara emerged after the four-armed form promised to spend his life guiding beings from delusion. His drive was so strong that he wanted his skull to explode if he wavered. As time went on, he saw how much ignorance overwhelmed people, and the immensity of the mission he had pledged to accomplish tempered his zeal. In response to his prayer, his head shattered into a thousand pieces. Buddha Amitabha resurrected him, gave him eleven new heads, and blessed a thousand fragments of Avalokiteshvara’s former head, which became eyes, hands, and legs out of compassion.

These are his thousand arms, each with an eye on the palm center. Ten of his eleven heads are calm, indicating that he usually shows compassion through peaceful deeds, while one is wrathful, indicating that sometimes compassion is shown through force. The eyes on each hand reflect his immaculate clarity and wisdom, while his spread arms represent his desire to reach out to samsara beings.

Size: With Border 33.5″ Long x 24.5″ Wide
Without Border: 29.75″ Long x 21.25″ Wide
Made of: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic pain, and 24 K Gold

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg

The purpose of using Thangka is primarily to serve religious life. After being hung, it is used by worshippers to meet their religious needs and by Buddhists to decorate their own altra.
1. End your pain.
2. Increase your knowledge, prosperity, and longevity.
3. Guard your body and life against negative energy.
4. Eliminate negativity and harmful spirits.


This exquisite thangka of the thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara Thangka was painted by our master artisan Lal  Lama trained in the Tibetan tradition.

Thangka Brocade:

Thangkas are traditionally framed in borders of silk brocade. The material used to weave brocade is silk fabric. We can provide brocade service upon request. Please let us know if you are interested, we will provide you samples.

Thangka Consecration:

If you wish to consecrate Thangka then please let us know. The ritual can be used to consecrate any representation of the body, speech, and mind. Once you order the Thangka and request for consecration then we will complete the consecration within two days time. Rinpoche or qualified lama from Tibetan Monastery will help to perform this service. Rinpoche will bless the Thangka after consecration if he is available.

We request a small donation of $ 25-40 for Monastery for his service.


We offer free delivery thangka only through FedEx for 5-7 business days with full insurance.

Brocade shipping cost will be charged separately based on the weight of the. For brocading extra days are needed. For brocaded thangka, it will be delivered within 10-15 business days.

Packing: Packed in a strong PVC tube or cardboard tube to avoid damage and to ensure that the painting reaches the customer in perfect condition.

Customization is also available for any size and design. We are ready to accept customized thangka,  please message us your required size and design.

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