TIBETAN THANGKA ART MANJUSHRI BODHISATTVA IN GOLD ORIGINAL PAINTING

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Item No: #TS 03

This is a Manjushri Thangka painted by a Buddhist lama. 

Size:  17 x 22-Inch (43cm x 56 cm)
Material: Canvas
Color: Water/Gold

This is a real painting, not a print. This is one of the finest paintings using gold and natural colors. Thangka comes in a role, NO FRAME This is an original hand-painted Buddhist art, Thangka of Mañjushri Bodhisattva. The Thangka is painted with a natural golden color on canvas by Buddhist Lama. Manjushri is a Bodhisattva associated with transcendent wisdom in Mahayana Buddhism. Manjusri means \"Gentle Glory\" in Sanskrit. In Tibetan Buddhism, Manjusri manifests in a number of different Tantric forms. According to Swayambhu Purana, the Kathmandu Valley was once a lake. It is believed that Manjusri saw a lotus flower in the center of the lake and cut a gorge at Chovar to allow the lake to drain. The place where the lotus flower settled became Swayambhunath Stupa and the valley thus became habitable.