Pancha Buddhas Thangka With High Quality Silk Framed
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Tibetan Thangka painting depicting Pancha Buddhais perfect for various home décor ideas! This 100% hand-drawn 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.
Dimensions:105 x147 cm
Interior Painting Size is 44 x 100 cm
Materials: Precious & Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
Canvas: Organic Cotton
Hand Painted In Nepal
High Quality Silk Framed
More about Pancha Buddha Thangka Art
Pancha Buddhas are also known as Five Wisdom Tathagatas and are widely respected in Vajrayana Buddhism. ... As you may have noticed in many Thangkas or collection of five Buddha statues in Buddhist people residence, these collection of Buddha statues are quite popular for their great five different qualities.
“Pancha Buddhas” are so popular in Nepal that before you enter many houses belonging to Buddhist people, you will notice paintings of five Buddhas above the entrance. These Buddhas are also known as “Dhyani Buddhas” as they are in the meditative posture. It is said they emanate from the Adibuddha, the first Buddha. They are also called Tathagata, and they are also a familiar sight along the roadsides in Kathmandu and Patan as they are found carved on the numerous stone chaityas. We normally see four Dhyani Buddhas represented on four sides of the chaitya. Pancha Buddhas are also depicted on mandalas. The five Buddhas are Vairochana, Akshobhya, Ratnasambhava, Amitabha, Amoghasiddhi. They may not be placed haphazardly as each has a fixed place. Vairochana is placed at the center, Akshobhya facing east, Ratnasambhava-south, Amitabha-west and Amoghasiddhi- north.
Each is also seen in the various postures (mudras) of the Buddha: Vairochana- Dharmachakra (Teaching the law or turning the wheel of law), Akshobhya-
Bhumisparsha (Touching the earth with one hand), Ratnasambhava-Varada (Boon-giving), Amitabha- Dhyana (Meditation) and Amoghasiddh- Abhaya (Protection).