Manjushri Thangka is a traditional Tibetan Buddhist painting or scroll that depicts the deity Manjushri, who is revered as the bodhisattva of transcendent wisdom and insight in Mahayana Buddhism.
In a Manjushri thangka, Manjushri is typically depicted as a youthful figure with a radiant and peaceful countenance. He is often portrayed seated on a lotus throne, symbolizing purity and enlightenment. Manjushri is usually depicted holding a flaming sword in his right hand, representing the wisdom that cuts through ignorance and delusion. His left hand holds a lotus flower on which rests the Prajnaparamita, the perfection of wisdom in the form of a sacred scripture.
Manjushri thangkas are revered and used as objects of meditation and devotion in Tibetan Buddhist practices. They are considered sacred and are displayed in monasteries, temples, and personal altars. These thangkas are created by skilled artists who adhere to traditional techniques and styles passed down through generations.