Tibetan Thangka painting portraying Buddha Shakti is ideal for different home stylistic theme thoughts! This 100% hand-drawn Thangka painting made in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal can be finished as an exquisite and offbeat tapestry in your home or office being a highlight of consideration. It can likewise be put on your family special raised area for reflection purposes just as profound and passionate mending, drawing in big-hearted energy of the Tibetan Buddhist workmanship.
This Artwork is Unique
Dimensions:78 x 60 Cm
Materials: Tibetan Colors With Dust Of Gold Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
Canvas: Organic Cotton
Fine Quality Thangka
Yab-yum (Tibetan literally, "father-mother") is a common symbol in the Buddhist art of India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. It represents the primordial union of wisdom and compassion, depicted as a male deity in union with his female consort. The male figure represents compassion and skillful means, while the female partner represents insight. In yab-yum the female is seated on the male’s lap. There is a rare presentation of a similar figure but reversed, with the male sitting on the female’s lap, called yum-yab
The symbolism is associated with Anuttarayoga tantra and, while there are various interpretations of the symbolism in twilight language, the male figure is usually linked to compassion (karuṇā) and skillful means (upāya-kauśalya), while the female partner is linked to "wisdom" (prajñā).