Green Tara Thangka Painting


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This Green Tara Thangka painting portrays the icon of Green Tara, an honored female Bodhisattva in Tibetan Buddhism, renowned for her mercy and quick aid to those in distress. These Handpainted Tibetan paintings, made on canvas scrolls, are integral for meditative and ceremonial purposes. 

Key Features:

  1. Depiction of Green Tara: Green Tara is depicted seated with one leg extended, symbolizing her readiness to help beings. Her green color represents enlightened activity and the element of air or wind. She holds a blue lotus flower in her left hand for purity, while her right hand is in the varada mudra (gesture of giving) and her left in the vitarka mudra (gesture of teaching).
  2. Symbolism: Green Color: Represents active compassion, rejuvenation, and the energy of growth. Green is commonly used in thangka paintings to represent active compassion, rejuvenation, and the energy of growth. This allows the viewer to connect to the spiritual significance of the color and benefit from its positive energies.
  3. Thangka Painting Techniques: Artists use mineral and vegetable dyes and detailed brushwork to create vibrant and accurate representations with a natural, long-lasting look.
  4. Cultural and Religious Significance: A crucial aspect of Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies, the Green Tara Thangka Painting is used for meditation and prayer rituals to seek blessings and protection from this revered deity. It is believed to provide swift assistance and inspiration on the path to enlightenment.

Product Specification:

  • Hand Painted
  • Size: 60 cm x 45 cm
  • Base: Cotton Canvas
  • Origination: Nepal

Hand Embroidery Brocade

Want to add a Brocade to your beautiful Thangka Painting? Traditional Style Brocade has been one of the most popular form of mounting as it has a greater religious merit.

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100% Cotton Canvas

Preparing the Cotton canvas before starting to paint a Thangka. This process includes washing, drying, stretching, sizing and everything needed to make a perfect base for the thangka to last for centuries.

Natural Minerals

Thangka Paintings are painted using the natural minerals. These are firstly grind into the powder form and then used in the thangka as a paint.

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