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Thangka is a complicated, composite three-dimensional object consisting of: a picture panel which is painted or embroidered, a textile mounting; and one or more of the following: a silk cover, leather corners, wooden dowels at the top and bottom and metal or wooden decorative knobs on the bottom dowel. Thangka is an art of the Buddhist scholar of higher intellectuality revere it with entire homage considering mystic power of Lamaistic deities . In accordance with the religious culture, the Thangka to be kept at the worship room sanctifies with holy water muttering mantras to enliven Thangkas mystic power and puts kada (a two feet long silk cloth) on it.

Kala Chakra
Tibetans revere this ephemeral particle mandala as asecred object in itself. They believe that healing to the ordinary person,and is the subliminal trigger of the visualization power of the initate. They believe that anyone of the who behold it with good will and faith will be reborn during the Tibet “New Age” time of fruition known as the golden...
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White Tara (Major)
This origin of white Tara is the same as maintained carlier about the green tara. She appeared out of fear drops of Avalokeshwora when he saw that the being in samsara still full of misery in spite of his efforts to liberate them. This from of Tara is described in the meditation text as follow. White Tara seated in ful...
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GREEN TARA
Tara (Sanskrit: तारा, tārā) or Ārya Tārā, also known as Jetsun Dolma (Tibetan language:rje btsun sgrol ma) in Tibetan Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism.. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of...
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Medicine Buddha
It is in the Mahayana, dominant Buddhist tradition of East Asia, that the Medicine Buddha first appears, and veneration of this Lord of Healing became one of the most popular and widespread devotional groups. According to Mahayana tradition there are infinite Buddhas, bodhisattvas, and deities. They represent various aspects of the absolute Buddha-...
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Shakyamuni Buddha
Sakayamuni Buddha was born about 2549 years ago in Lumbini, Nepal. He was known as Siddhartha Gautama, a prince and son of King Suddhodana and Queen Mayadevi. At the age of 29, he renounced the luxury of his royal heritage to take up the life of a religious wanderer. He submitted himself to rigorous and extreme ascetic practices, putting forth a...
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Wheel Of Life
The Bhavacakra (Sanskrit; Devanagari: भवचक्र; Pali: bhavacakka) or Wheel of Becoming (Tibetan སྲིད་པའི་འཁོར་ལོ་ srid pa'i 'khor lo) is a complex symbolic representation of saṃsāra in the form of a circ...
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Manjushree Mandala
Manjushree Manjushree – “God of Divine Wisdom”, whose worship confers mastery of the Dharma, retentive memory, mental perfection and eloquence. Manjushree is also one of the forms of Buddhisatwas and he symbolise wisdom. In Nepal, he is considered as the founder of Nepalese civilization and the creator of Kathmandu Valley. According to the traditio...
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Mantra Mandala
Mandala (Sanskrit maṇḍala "essence" + "having" or "containing", also translates as "circle-circumference" or "completion", both derived from the Tibetan term dkyil khor) is a concentric diagram having spiritual and ritual significance in both Buddhism and Hinduism.[1][2] The term is of Hindu origin and appears in the Rig Veda as th...
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Changracy Mandala
Chenrezig is a form of Avalokiteshvara. Chenrezig is also known as the Buddha of Compassion or 4 armed Avalokiteshvara. Of all the deities in Mahayana Buddhism, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig, is one of the most celebrated. He is the lord endowed with complete illumination, who refrains from entering the blissful state of nirvana to re...
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Vajra Shakti
Vajrasattva is also regarded as Adi-Buddha by Nepalese Vajra-charyas who follow Vajrayana tradition according to the text Vajrasattvakaya. Vajrasattva has father-mother aspect too. Generally this form is not exhibited in open. It is shown only to those who are initiated in Highest Yoga Tantra.Vajra-sattva is a very popular tutelary deity for Ne...
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GURU
Rainbow Body Guru Rinpoche This term relates to one of the highest attainments when, upon dying, the corporeal form is transformed into a body of light, primordial awareness, a 'light without shadow.' At the time of death the adept's physical body and mind are dissolved into the pure radiance of deathless awareness. The only worldly remains left be...
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MAITREYA BUDDHA THANGKA
Maitreya Buddha is a future Buddha who is expected to cam to earth from Tushita Heaven. Maitreya, whose name means "loving - kindness" or "Friend". He is supposed to be passing the life of a Bodhistwa in the Tushita Heaven.where He contemplates skillfull means to benefit beings and awaits the proper time to be reborn into our world. It is said that...
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LIFE OF BUDDHA
Buddha Life illustrates the life story of Buddha. All the historic part of Buddha's life is depicted visually in the Buddha Life Story. The Day he was born from his mothers right arm pit as she rested her arm on the branch of a big tree in the garden of Lumbini . The childhood locked inside the palace compounds, freeing him from the evil and preven...
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Tsongkhapa Thangka
Tsongkhapa lived in the 14th century A.D. in the Amdo province of Tibet. Tsongkhapa was born in Tibet in the middle of the fourteen century and it is said that the tree which overshadowed the house in which he was born had the imprint of a Buddha on its leaves. Tsongkhapa was Northern Buddhist reformer. He was the founder and reformer of Gelug...
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Vajrayogini Thanka
Vajrayogini embodies the wisdom energy of fearless and transformation. To recognize her as inseparable from the emptiness of one's innermost nature is to stand blowing on a sun and moon disc and to trample beneath one's feet the petty emotions and preoccupations that confine us to the unenlightened state. To embody Vajrayogini's exalted qualities ...
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Vajrasattva Thangkas
Vajrasattva, the sixth Dhyani Buddha, is regarded by the Nepali Buddhist as the priest of the Five Dhyani Buddha. He is not represented in the stupa like other Dhayni Buddhas, but independent shrines are dedicated to his worship. His worship is always performed in secret and is not open to those who are not initiated into the mysteries of the Vajra...
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Mandala
Mandala simply circle in Buddhist religion is called Mandala . Mandala it is used for the method of meditation which culminates the insight force for attaining” SIDDI”, This practice exercise by the tantric saints. Many Buddhist people called cosmic diagram, Universe where human being has been take place. Mandala painted by so many color ...
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Lokeshwor
 Buddhist legend, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara vowed to liberate all beings from suffering, but when he realized the magnitude of his task, his head exploded into countless pieces. His body was then reassembled by the Buddha Amitabha and the bodhisattva Vajrapani - the "wielder of the thunderbolt" – into this omniscient form, with eleven he...
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More Thankas
  • Kala Chakra
    Tibetans revere this ephemeral particle mandala as asecred object in itself...
  • White Tara (Major)
    This origin of white Tara is the same as maintained carlier about the green tara...
  • Green Tara
    Tara (Sanskrit: तारा, tārā) or Ārya Tārā, also known as Jetsun Dolma...
  • Medicine Buddha
    It is in the Mahayana, dominant Buddhist tradition of East Asia, that the Medicine Buddha first appears...
  • Shakyamuni Buddha
    Sakayamuni Buddha was born about 2549 years ago in Lumbini, Nepal...