Our handmade thangka painting Now on smallest size also known as Gau / Ghau Thangka. These small Ghau thangka painting on a locket or amulets can easily be worn as jewellery. Choose your favourite Mandala, Buddha and Boddhisattva deities and wear it for protection or spiritual purpose.The thangka painting is painted on cotton canvas using natural stone colours, gold and natural minerals. All these small Thangka paintings are painted by the Nepalese artist with lot of detail work.You can also purchase these beautiful small painting by itself or you can choose to purchase including the handmade amulet or locket. These are metal crafted handmade lockets. This Gau amulet can be made by using different metals - silver, brass, bronze, copper, steel. This Gau Box protects the thangka from turning up, getting affected by moisture, scratch and damages.
- Painting Size: (4 x 4) cm
- Ghau / Amulet Size: (6 x 6) cm
- Hand Carved Ghau or Locket Materials: Semi-Precious Natural Minerals, Pure Gold
- Painted on: Cotton Canvas
- Origination: Nepal
Sukunda is a Sanskrit word that meaning "beautiful lake"; Su means serene or lovely and Kunda means lake. This is supposed to evoke stability and calm similar to a motionless lake with a stunning sunset. The lamp functions like the sun, and the oil as a lake. The Newar people of the Kathmandu Valley are the original owners of the lights. They serve a variety of social and religious objectives.