Buddhist Thangka "Senge Dongma" (also known as Simhamukha): Traditional Tibetan painting, real colors on canvas, image size — 27 x 36 cm, brocade size — 64 x 90 cm.
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Availability date: 03/01/2018
This real painted thangka (tib.: ཐང་ཀ་) of Senge Dongma (Tib.: སེང་གེ་གདོང་མ་, Wylie: seng ge gdong ma) also known as Simhamukha was painted by old Tibetan family living in Kathmandu.
Simhamukha — the lion-faced dakini — in Tibetan Buddhism is considered as one of the many forms of Padmasambhava, specifically a secret form of Guru Rinpoche manifested to avert spiritual obstacles and negativity.
Tara is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.
IMPORTANT!!! THIS IS REAL PAINTING, NOT PRINT!!!
Unlike most cheap (and sometimes not so) thangkas sold for the tourists in the shops of Thamel, this painting is made in accordance with all religious canons. So, you can be sure - all the proportions and colors are correct.
|Compositions||Canvas, acrylic paint, gold paint|
|Image size||27 x 36 cm|
|Brocade size||64 x 90 cm|
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