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* 32″ BROCADED BLESSED WOOD SCROLL GUILTY RELIEF THANGKA:THIRTY-FIVE BUDDHA

$39.50 $37.53

Product Description

Size(cm): Top width: 48cm, Bottom width: 54cm, Height: 80cm
Size(inch): Top width: 19″, Bottom width: 21.5″, Height: 32″
Material: Silk, Wood SCROLL, GOLD PASTED ON THANGAKA, BLESSED IN HUAZANG MONASTERY
Description: High Quality gilding and printed on the canvas. Absolutly unique style on ebay. This Thangka has been mounted with wood scrolls, Ready for hanging on the wall, or rolled up for storage. It has silk cover to protect the thangka from dust.

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 35 Buddhas

When the follower practises Buddhism or chants Buddha’s name to eliminate sin and hindrances and get happiness and wisdom, he needs to chant these Buddhas’ doctrines and meditate and think.He can get unlimited virtue from these Buddhas, when he worships these Buddhas, he can avoid pride and greed. Once he prays, he pays great esteem for these Buddhas; twice he prays,he expresses his thanks to these Buddhas; three times he prays, he cultivatees himself according to the Budddhist Scriptures; four times he prays, he confesses his sins; five times he prays, he hopes to do charitable deeds to get virtues; six times he prays, he hopes that the Buddhas turn Dharmacakra; seven times he prays, heprays Buddhas to come to the earth; eight times he prays, he often learns the Buddhist Scriptures; nine times he prays, he wishes peace for all beings; ten times he prays, he wishes that all beings could be blessed by these Buddhas.

The major Buddhist traditions agree that, through the span of history, there have been and will be many Buddhas. After physical death, Buddhas are said to enter parinirvana, or absolute nirvana. It is at this point that disagreements arise. Theravada Buddhists argue that deceased Buddhas no longer exist, but Mahayana Buddhists describe an array of Buddhas playing an active role in the universe long after their physical deaths. There is, in fact, some merit to both positions: when asked whether a Buddha continues to exist after death, Shakyamuni refused to answer, saying that the question was flawed.

An example of the Mahayana perspective, this image depicts a gathering of thirty-five enlightened beings.

In all Sutras, pray for thirty-five Buddhas will be get person free from deepest crimes.