Traditional Kurkulla Thangka | Sacred Art For Daily Practice | Buddhist Decor

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Traditional Hand-painted Kurukulla Thangka Art

In Kurukulla Thangka Art, Kurukulla's divine face is meticulously made on a canvas made entirely of cotton, offering a base that is both durable and charged with spiritual meaning. Bright acrylic colors that have been thoughtfully chosen to capture Kurukulla's intense and alluring personality adorn the canvas, producing a visual symphony that personifies the transformative power of desire. Each stroke of acrylic color infuses the artwork with life, showcasing the goddess's dynamic presence. Delicately adorned with real 24K gold, Kurukulla's divine radiance is enhanced, signifying the transcendent aspects of her empowerment and love.

Size: 16"/41cm (width) x 24"/61 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic Color, Genuine 24K Gold

The goddess Kurukulla emanated from the Buddha Amitabha. Among his three female emanations, the most important is the goddess Kurukulla. Her images are sporadic, but we can find paintings in abundant numbers. As many as fourteen Sadhana are devoted to this deity. She is indifferent, namely Sukla Kurukulla, Tarobhabhava-Kurukulla, Mayjala-Kurukulla Oddiyan-Kurukulla, and Astabhuja-Kurukulla. Kurukulla's iconography often includes symbolic attributes such as a bow and arrow, signifying the piercing force of desire, and a noose, symbolizing her ability to bind or attract positive influences. Devotees turn to Kurukulla for blessings related to matters of the heart, seeking her assistance in matters of love, relationships, and the cultivation of positive energies.

We do traditional brocade mounts upon your request. We 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.