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48″ BIG BLESSED TIBET WOOD SCROLL THANGKA: KUANYIN, Thousand Arms Avalokitesvara

$49.60 $47.12

Product Description

Canvas Size: 25″ x 17″
Mounted Size: Top width: 26″, Bottom width: 29″(wood scroll not included), Height: 48″
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.

Thousand Arms Avalokitesvara

Avalokitesvara made great wishes to save all suffered lives by growing 1000 arms. He is going to help everyone who need help, everyone who in suffering.

The Thousand Armed and Thousand-eyed Avalokitesvara, also called the Great Lord of Mercy and Compassion, is one of the six Avalokitesvara in the Tibetan Buddhism. It was said that in the innumerable aeons of past time, after haveing heard the sutra The Great and Perfect Obstacle-less of Mind of the Great Compassion Dharanis, The Avalokitesvara felt the sufferings of human world, then took and oath to benefit all sentient beings in the world. In order to benefit more and more sentient beings in the vas world, he emanated one thousand eyes to find and watch the every suffering of human being and use his one thousand hand to save them.Each of his hands symbolizes an incarnation, holding the wish-fulfilling staff, trident, ankusa, mirror, lotus, Buddhist scripture and other attributes, in which each has its own significance.