|Size(cm):||width: 43.5cm, height: 63.5cm|
|Size(inch):||width: 17″, height: 25″|
|Material:||HIGH QULITY NATURAL MINERAL COLOR PRINT ON CANVAS, BLESSED IN HUAZANG MONASTERY|
|Description:||High Quality printed on the canvas with pure natural mineral color. Absolutly unique style on ebay.
Silk print is a nano technology which can render 10 times better quality than common thangka print. Silkprint thangkas are as clear and vivid color as hundreds-dollar-worth 1st. class hand paintined thangka. All silkprint use natural mineral colors like lapis, corel or turquoise powder, which are more strongly adhere to the canvas, which can last more than a century without color fade.
A Tibetan Thangka is a painting of a sacred image or deity on cloth (usually cotton canvas or silk). The delicate, detailed imagery is hung in meditation centers, personal ritual spaces, and even yoga classrooms – anywhere we would like to remind ourselves of the Divine. These richly colored paintings are intended to bring the essence of Spirit into our homes and sacred spaces.
The Buddha in the center seated on a lotus throne within an elaborate shrine is Shakyamuni. He sits cross-legged and makes the bhumisparsha mudra, the right hand points downward in the gesture that calls the earth to witness his moment of enlightenment. The left hand is held in a gesture of contemplation.
The Refuge Tree
Each denomination, and even each lineage has a “geneological” chart that is known as the Refuge Tree. In it are represented the founders and teachers in an arrangement that symbolizes the interconnectedness of the various groups.
As the Dalai Lama explains:
“Within the context of Tibetan Buddhism, the importance of lineage extends far beyond the ordinary sense of a particular line of inheritance or descent. Lineage is a sacred trust through which the integrity of Buddha’s teachings is preserved intact as it is transmitted from one generation to the next. The vital link through which the spiritual tradition is nourished and maintained is the profound connection between an enlightened master and perfectly devoted disciple. The master-disciple relationship is considered extremely sacred by all the major schools of Tibetan Buddhism.”
Practitioners use the Refuge Tree and /or a Field of Merit to visualize their lineage and chain of devotion, of merit and of obligation and protection.
It is depicted as a wondrous tree with several branches. By means of artistic convention, even the branches at the back of the tree are indicated. In the sky overhead with the sun and the moon is usually found the samboghakaya form of the founding buddha, and the bodhisattvas and dakinis associated with the lineage. On the upper branches are the founding human members and closer to the ground, we see the 20th-century masters. Living teachers are not depicted.
At the foot of the great tree are the dharma protectors and the various kinds of offerings. At the bottom of the scroll or poster are often representations of those who are taking refuge in the particular tree. Practitioners can imagine themselves there, and also, they can imagine a forest of similar trees belonging to the other lineages knowing that the Buddha, Shakyamuni, appears above all of them.
|Mount Service:||You can choice an additional Brocade & Bar Service from my store. This thangka piece will be embroidered with exquisite pattern. mounted with wood scrolls and covered by silk cover. It will be ready for hanging on the wall, or rolled up for storage. All procedures are hand works in Lama Monastery, use the classic articarft which last more than 1000 years.
The silkprint thangka can be either framed in your local area or choose our Wood Bar & Brocade service.
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