Traditional Tibetan Buddhist paintings known as thangkas are often created on silk or canvas. Thangkas are elaborate works of art that typically include gods, Buddhas, mandalas, or significant passages from Buddhist teachings and legends. They are highly ornamented and intricate. Paintings on traditional Tibetan Buddhist Thangkas are produced utilizing certain supplies and methods.
The Buddhist deity Green Tara is shown in a Green Tara Thangka . Green Tara is shown in this thangka sitting on a lotus pedestal in an attractive pose. She is shown as a young, deity with a green complexion to signify her connection to energy, development, and altruistic actions. The goddess stretches her leg as she gets ready to move on and deal with the suffering of beings.
- Hand Painted
- Materials: Semi-Precious Natural Minerals
- Base: Cotton Canvas
- Origination: Nepal
Handcrafted with care, the breathtaking Green Tara Thangka is perfect for any wall art collection. This Tibetan Scroll appeals to those devoted to Buddhist practices and serves as a gentle visual reminder of compassion and freedom.