Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 26.5″ x 20″
For hundreds of thousands of Bodhisattva lifetimes Amitabha endeavored to obtain his own pure land called Sukhavati. As a result, he obtained an infinite amount of merit as a Bodhisattva named Dharmakara. After fulfilling his onerous vows, he became a Buddha and his new pure land came to be.
As such, devotees can gain admittance if they only recite his name or the Amitabha mantra. The Amitabha mantra is “om amitabha hrih”. After proper and faithful recitation devotees are granted admittance to Sukhavati. In Sukhavati, they will be nurtured until they can become Buddhas. Additionally, they will never again fall back into the vicissitudes of samsara. The owner of this authentic Amitabha Buddha Tibetan thangka painting can visualize Amitabha in his pure land. They will also gain daily inspiration from Amitabha Buddha and his retinue of Bodhisattvas.
Amitabha Buddha sits in full lotus pose displaying the Dhyana mudra. Additionally, he holds the alms bowl in the palms of his hands. The tips of his thumbs are touching and he sits in full lotus pose. Amitabha has all the markings of a Buddha including the right turning hair coils and the ushnisha topknot. Furthermore, he is depicted in a beautiful golden robe and sits on a single lotus pedestal.
Authentic Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting
For many centuries this traditional Tibetan art form was taught in the Kathmandu thangka painting schools. As a result, the Tibetan monasteries have long sought after the Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangka paintings that are produced by the Nepali artisans. Therefore, when you purchase this Amitabha Buddha Thangka painting you can rest assured that you have procured monastic quality Tibetan art for sale.