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Vajrasattva Tibetan Thangka


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Hand painted and detailed with gold and framed in a traditional multi-color Tibetan brocade. Highly regarded profession in the old Tibet, Thangka painting craft is fast becoming a lost craft. Thangkas can serve as beautiful wall decor while purifying the energies around the house or office.

The thangka depicts Vajrasattva holding the Vajra or Dorje and bell, which together represent the body, speech, and mind of the Buddha. In accordance with the tantric ritual, he is holding the Vajra in the right hand and the bell is held in the left. The Vajra represents the compassion of the Buddhas, the masculine principle, and the bell represents wisdom, the feminine principle.

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