Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Front w/o Border
Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Front w/o Border Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Top Right Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Top Left Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Front Details Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Face Details Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Bottom Right Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Bottom Left Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5" x 12" (Hand Painted) - Gallery w/Border

Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting 15.5″ x 12″ (Hand Painted)

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Product Identity: Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan Thangka Painting
Special Features: Hand Painted, 24k Gold Detailing
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Dimensions: Height: 15.5″, Width: 12″ (with Border) Height: 12.75″, Width: 9.75″ (w/o Border)  
Production Material: Painted on Cotton Canvas
Shipping Weight: 200 grams
Product Origin: Patan, Nepal
Currency: Singapore Dollar

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Our Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan thangka was hand painted by graduates from the special thangka painting school in Kathmandu, Nepal. As a result, all of our Shakyamuni Buddha thangka paintings are one of a kind originals. Additionally, this thangka was created in Nepal which is the preferred source of thangkas, ritual items and sculptures for the Tibetan monasteries. Therefore, when you purchase this Shakyamuni Buddha Tibetan thangka please rest assured it is of high quality.

Shakyamuni Buddha is sitting in full lotus pose on a single lotus pedestal. Additionally, he wears the robes of a monk and the traditional alms bowl rests in the palm of his left hand. The alms bowl has special symbolism when it is depicted in Buddhist sculpture. This is because it symbolically holds the three nectars which will eliminate the three poisons of greed, hatred and ignorance.

His right hand is depicting the Bhumisparsha “earth touching” mudra. The Buddha performed this mudra as he was achieving the state of enlightenment and the defilements had been vanquished. As a result, he called on the earth goddess by touching the earth with his hand. This is the most venerable of Buddhist mudras and it represents the origin of Buddhism in our time. Click here to learn more about the meaning of Buddhist mudras

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