Thangka Painting of a Citipati is used to place in the room as we believe that they are for the protection and safety. Painted using only natural Stone Color and other natural pigments this 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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Two skeleton dancing Thangka Painting is also known as “CITIPATI”. The word Citipati is made up of combination of two Sanskrit words “Citi” and “Pati”, which translates as “PATI” lord and “CITI” of the funeral. These two figures are considered as principles of dharma protector and are associated with the tantric system of Vajrayogini in the form of ‘Naro khichari’ or ‘Naropa’s Dakini. The story behind these figures goes like this, once they were monks and were beheaded by the thieves when they were meditating. Later they took the revenge on thieves by transforming into skeleton spirits.