Guru Longchenpa Mantra Thangka With Jigme Lingpa and Vimalamitra | Hand-painted Buddhist Guru Art

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SKU: 20631


Buddhist Guru Longchenpa Mantra Thangka With Jigme Lingpa and Vimalamitra

Considered one of the biggest luminaries in Buddhism, Guru Longchenpa Mantra Thangka with Jigme Lingpa and Vimalamitra is on cotton canvas with natural stone color and genuine 24K Gold. From an early age, Guru Longchenpap had exceptional talent in all areas of scholarship and excelled in Dharma's practice and accomplishments. This 14th-century Buddhist master is wearing a lotus hat in the painting, symbolizing his enlightenment and purity with a serene expression indicating his calm. The guru holds a lotus flower in his right hand whereupon a wisdom book rests, insinuating his knowledge of Buddhist teachings. The guru is seated upon a moon disc lotus seat on a lion's throne.

Guru Longchenpa is accompanied by two other important Buddhist masters, Jigme Lingpa on the left and Vimalamitra on the right. Together, they represent the depth and scope of knowledge and realization found in the Nyingma lineage. The incorporation of deers in the painting beside the masters indicates the listeners or disciples participating.

This thangka is a brilliant piece of the most important masters of Buddhism and will be a perfect gift for any devotee like yourself.

Size: 45cm/18" (width) x 60cm/24" (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Natural Stone color, Genuine 24K Gold

Note: Guru Longchenpa Mantra Thangka With Jigme Lingpa and Vimalamitra is an original painting from Enlightenment Studio located at Boudha Stupa.

Longchenpa is widely regarded as the most influential author of Dzogchen teachings. He studied and mastered every one of the various Buddhist vehicles and lineages of teachings that existed in Tibet at the time, earning him a reputation as a peerless teacher, diligent practitioner, and unrivaled scholar. His written works are renowned for transferring blessings simply by reading or hearing his enlightened remarks. He could reconcile the seeming differences and contradictions between the many presentations of the view and the path among the many transmission lines through his brilliant intellect and meditation ability in his teachings and written works. He was a prolific writer and researcher and a Dzogchen text compiler.



We do traditional brocade mounts upon your request. We will send available samples and price details for your final confirmation.

As requested for consecrations/blessings, we can take thangka to Monasteries/Rinpoches from nearby Boudha Stupa. We kindly ask you to offer $50 for the monasteries for blessings/consecration services.

Disclaimer: Please note that the size of the print may vary by 2 to 4 inches, as it depends on the varying sizes of the canvas and thangka used in the printing process.