Our Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangka painting is traditional Tibetan art. As a result, when you purchase one of our Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangkas you can rest assured that you have procured a monastic quality Thangka. For many centuries our thangka painters located in Patan, Nepal have been the preferred source of the Tibetan monasteries. Additionally, the artisans of Patan have been trained in the Kathmandu Thangka painting school. Therefore, the Tibetan art for sale on our website is in conformity with the highest standards of Tibetan Buddhism.
Amitabha’s Pure Land Sukhavati
Amitabha Buddha lived countless lives as a Bodhisattva named Dharmakara. He accumulated an infinite amount of merit in order to fulfill his Bodhisattva vows. As a result, Amitabha Buddha now has his own pure land – Sukhavati – and he has become a Buddha. Amitabha’s pure land of Sukhavati is the most sought after of all the pure lands. It is believed to be a land of visual and sonorous delights.
The requirements to gain admittance to Sukhavati are very simple provided they are preformed with absolute faith and sincerity. Simply recite Amitabha’s name or say the Amitabha mantra 10 times. If so, devotees will be granted access to Sukhavati. In Sukhavati, they will receive special teachings from Amitabha Buddha and his retinue of Bodhisattvas. Additionally, once they gain access to Sukhavati they are protected from ever falling back into the vicissitudes of samsara.
“Om Amitabha Hrih”
If you look at our Amitabha Buddha Tibetan Thangka painting, devotees can start to visualize what it will be like in Amitabha’s pure land. In a land of infinite beauty Amitabha sits in full lotus depicting the Dhyana mudra. Additionally, he sits on a single lotus pedestal with the alms bowl in the palms of his hands. Click here to learn more about the many Bodhisattva lifetimes of Amitabha Buddha.