Guru Rinpoche Thangka depicts him in his famed seated pose on a lotus throne. His countenance is serene with a slight smirk, and his garments and accessories are opulent. Guru Rinpoche is typically shown with his right hand in the abhaya mudra, a symbol of safety, and his left hand gripping a vajra, which symbolizes divine power.
Thangkas often feature symbols connected to Guru Rinpoche, including his eight manifestations, related mantras and sacred syllables. These components showcase the facets of his enlightened actions and teachings. It is believed that viewing the detailed artwork of a thangka can bring good health, knowledge, and success.
Where do I hang my Thangka Art?
- Add this Beautiful Piece of Thangka Painting to your mini altar space for meditation practices.
- Hang it on your Living Room bedroom Space for the positive vibration around your home.
- Decorate the corridors with Buddha paintings along with the lighting, it can bring whole new feelings.
- Hang It Infront of your Study Table to make the environment calm and reduce the level of anxiety.