Thangka Painting of a Atisha is great for meditation and transformation of our Mind & Body. Using only Natural Stone Color and other natural pigments these kind of traditional sacred Buddhist art helps to realize the deeper meaning on life. Every Thangka painting is carefully packed and shipped worldwide using strong hard tube.
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Atisha also known as Dipamkara Srijnana, a Buddhist scholar in at Vikramashia University (982-1054 CE) in India. Similar to Gautam Buddha, Atisa was born in royalty and his birth name as a prince was Chandragarbha. Atisa was the name given by King Jangchup when he visited Guge (Ancient kingdom in Western Tibet).
He travelled to Tibet in the invitation of King Lhalama Yeshe O and later by Jangchub O and in course of 13 years he spread the knowledge of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism in Tibet and wrote a book “A Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment”. This book is quite unique as it was written by Indian master but was composed in Tibet specifically for Tibetans. Later the chief disciple of Atisha “Dromton” founded the Kadam school of Buddhism.