Handpainted Boddhisattvas Thangka | Chenrezig, White, and Green Tara | Artwork

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Buddhist Boddhisattvas Thangka

About Our Thangka :

This is a Newari-style thangka painting consist three icons (Green Tara, White Tara, and Chenrezig). The artist has placed these three figures in a beautiful surrounding landscape above a muddy bank of a brook where multiple lotuses are blooming.
This blooming flower represents being unaffected by the samsara despite living in it. Likewise, the sky in the background has a wide mixture of red, blue, and brown colors, adding a profound divinity to the painting.

Introduction To Buddhist Bodhisattvas Chenrezig, White, And Green Tara :

Green Tara or Dolma, a female Buddhist deity associated with abundance and enlightened action, is seen sitting in a light-hearted position in this thangka painting. She is held in high esteem as the great liberator who frees all beings from the eight big anxieties sparked by robbers, fire, water, demons, elephants, lions, snakes, and the government. She is the embodiment of the compassionate, do-gooder Bodhisattva or Buddha, having been created from Avalokiteshvara's tears. Respecting Green Tara improves one's emotional, intellectual, and spiritual welfare. White Tara is positioned between Green Tara and Avalokitesvara in the center of the image to provide the impression of space. Additionally, the creation of White Tara and Green Tara is depicted in this painting.

White Tara, created from Chenrezig's right eye's teardrop, is admired for living long lives. She grants humans long lives so they might use them to accumulate merits and advance to higher realms. Avalokitesvara, also known as Chenrezig, is the embodiment of all Buddhas' compassion, committed to releasing all sentient beings from the cycle of Samsara. Because Avalokitesvara is a bodhisattva of compassion who created White Tara and Green Tara, he is depicted in the upper-right corner of this thangka painting.


Size: 21"/ 53 cm (width) x 26 x 66 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic Colors, Genuine 24K Gold



How can Thangka benefit us?

Thangkas, which were formerly utilized as teaching aids, are now used as a meditation technique to assist in moving one closer to enlightenment. During rituals and ceremonies, devotional images are the focal point and frequently serve as a conduit for prayers and requests.