Namgyalma Thangka is a Tibetan Buddhist painting that portrays the goddess Ushnishavijaya, better known as Namgyalma. Admired for her powers of purification, longevity, and obstacle-removing, this deity is highly venerated across Tibet. Namgyalma is typically depicted seated upon a lotus throne, encircled by a brilliant halo and attended to by bodhisattvas and other deities. The thangka itself is a complex painting or textile crafted using customary Tibetan artistry.
Namgyalma is depicted with 3 faces (peaceful, wrathful, neutral) & 8 arms holding other symbols of purification/enlightenment. Her central face is peaceful & stands for compassion, while her right face symbolizes destruction of negativity. Her left face pacifies afflictions brings peace and happiness.
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.