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Marichi: Goddess of Dawn Pulled by a Chariot of Seven Pigs Thangka

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Tibetan Thangka painting depicting Marichi Thangka is perfect for various home décor ideas! This 100% hand-drawn White Tara Thangka painting made in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal can be decorated as an elegant and eccentric wall hanging in your home or office being a centerpiece of attention. It can also be placed on your family altar for meditation purposes as well as spiritual and emotional healing, attracting benevolent energy of the Tibetan Buddhist art. 

  • Limited Edition Art
  • Dimensions: 64 x 46 cm  
  • Materials: Dust of Gold With Tibetan Colors mixed with Hide Glue
  • Canvas: Organic Cotton
  • Hand Painted In Nepal
Marichi is a female meditational deity who belongs to the Kriya Tantra. Her name means, ray of light, is often referred to as goddess of dawn. Marichi is invoked by the Lamas of Tibet about the time of sun-rise, which shows her connection with the sun. She too, like the Hindu Sun-god, has a chariot and her chariot is drawn by seven pigs, while that of the Sun-god drawn by seven horses. In China she is called "Queen of the Heaven". According to tradition Marichi is a protector who removes obstacles and brings great pleasure. Both a ritual prayer to her and her mantra, Om Marichi Mum Swaha, is recited every morning at dawn. In this prayer and recitation, a practitioner visualizes rays in the shape of Marichi that emerge from her to purify all beings. The rays return to the practitioner bringing good qualities, such as compassion and wisdom. The rays also reach all evil spirits, blind them, and take away their desire to do harm to the practitioner and his or her loved ones and friends. To complete the prayer, the wish is expressed that the merit gained from the ritual will brings all beings into enlightenment.

The cult of Marichi is popular in Tibet, Mongolia and China. There are several shrines dedicated to her in Tibet. In Japan she is believed to reside in one of the seven stars forming the constellation of the Great bear. The images of Marichi have also been discovered from different parts of eastern India which shows her popularly. Here the thangka shows one form of Marichi with three heads, and eight arms. Her all the faces have peaceful expression with three eyes. Her heads wear crown with gemstone. A lotus is attached to the crown of her front face. Her hair is partly upswept in a knot with a decoration on it and partly falls on her shoulders. Her main right hand holds a vajra, her upper right hand holds vajra axe, her second right hand holds an arrow and her lower right hand is in charity mudra with a needle. Her main left hand is holding a branch of Ashoka tree, her upper left hand holds a noose with tarjani mudra, and her lower left hand holds a thread. She is seated in lalitasana on a chariot drawn by seven pigs. She is adorned with hoop earrings, necklaces with flower motifs, armlets, bracelets, anklets with gemstone, flowing silk scarves and dhoti.

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Marichi: Goddess of Dawn Pulled by a Chariot of Seven Pigs Thangka

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