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Different types of Mandala Thangka in Tibetan Buddhism

Different types of Mandala Thangka in Tibetan Buddhism

What is Mandala? A mandala is a circular round shaped in symbol widely popular in Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism. Different Mandala represents different meaning but mostly a mandala is the... Read More

Way to Heaven Thangka Painting

In the Tibetan language, “Thang” means “unfolding” or “displaying” and thangka means silk, satin, or cloth painting scroll. It is a religious form of art that depicts lord Buddha, stories... Read More
Way To Heaven Tibetan Thangka Painting
Which Thangka should I choose for me?

Which Thangka should I choose for me?

 The selection of Thangka Painting is very Personal as we know that the customer will be using the thangka either for Prayer, Spiritual Practice, Meditation or just at home for... Read More

Bodhisattva in Buddhism | Bodhichitta [Read more]

What is Bodhisattva? A bodhisattva is an individual who has committed themselves to a Buddhist practice that leads to the enlightenment of all sentient beings and has committed themselves to... Read More
Bodhisattva in Buddhism
Thangka Painting Gifts for special occasion

Why Choose Thangka Painting for Gift to your loved ones?

Thangka : Forever Gift For Your Forever Loving Person Why Buy From Lucky Thanka? Since the inception of Lucky Thanka, we have had a vision that one day we will venture... Read More

The Meaning of the 'Om', 'Ohm' or 'Aum' Symbol?

Have you ever wondered what the Om symbol means? If you have an interest in spirituality, yoga, meditation or Eastern philosophies, it’s likely you’re already familiar with the concept of Om. A... Read More
Meaning of OM Mantra
Thangka Painting: A Roadmap to Enlightenment

Thangka Painting: A Roadmap to Enlightenment

A thangka painting is a very special form of art. An original thangka is painted using the colouring of gemstones and is finished with gold. It’s believed that the minerals used to...

Chenrezig Thangka Painting with other Bodhisattva Diety

The main image in this thangka is the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig, who is also the primary patron deity of Tibet. It is widely believed that the line of Dalai... Read More
Chenrezig Thangka Painting with other Bodhisattva Diety
Tara

Tara

Tara (Sanskrit, "star") is a Buddhist goddess and boddhisattva. She is characterized by her compassion and is especially popular in Tibet, Nepal and Mongolia. In Tibet, where Tara is the... Read More

Thangka History

History of thangka Paintings in Nepal began in 11th century A.D. when Buddhists and Hindus began to make illustration of the deities and natural scenes. Historically, Tibetan and Chinese influence... Read More
Thangka History from Nepal
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