Thangka are painting of Buddhist and Hindu philosophies. It is painted on cotton or silk by stone, vegetables, gold, and solver colour. Thangkas are painted completely by hand. It takes months and months just to complete a single piece.
This is a Aparmita Thagka. Aparimita is a Tibetan word. Aparimita is also known as Amitayus Buddha. Amitayus mean “Infinite life” in Sanskrit. Amitayus or Aparmita is associated with longevity of Amitabh Buddha. The Amitayus mantra is “Om A Ma Ra Ni Dzi Wan T Ye Soha.” This mantra induces benefits of prolonging life and good health. Aparmita is seated having hands in meditative gesture holding the ambrosia vase, his special emblem. The hand gesture represents the unity of wisdom and compassion.
Dimension: 30 inches * 18 inches
Speciality: It’s a stone colour.
Time to make: Around 6 months