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Samantabhadra is a bodhisattva in Tantric Buddhism associated with practice and meditation. He is in naked form that signifies unstained by any trace of concept. Samantabhadra in Sanskrit, means ‘always good, ‘always well’ or ‘unchanging goodness.’ What this signifies is that unchanging goodness, or fundamental goodness,that is our ultimate nature.

Size of Painting: 11 x 13 inch

Color: Water

Material: Canvas

What is a Thangka?
A thangka, also known as tangka, thanka or tanka is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala of some sort. The thankga is not a flat creation like an oil painting or acrylic painting but consists of a picture panel which is painted or embroidered over which a textile is mounted and then over which is laid a cover, usually silk. Generally, thangkas last a very long time and retain much of their lustre, but because of their delicate nature, they have to be kept in dry places where moisture won\'t affect the quality of the silk. It is sometimes called a scroll-painting.

These thangka served as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha, various influential lamas and other deities and bodhisattvas. One subject is The Wheel of Life, which is a visual representation of the Abhidharma teachings (Art of Enlightenment).

Thangka can be frame in Silk Brocade at additional cost.