- Tibetan thangkas are hand painted by master artists and apprentices in the Kathmandu Valley. Thangka painting schools in Nepal help to keep Tibetan traditions alive.
- Our small unframed thangkas make these masterworks available for a very affordable price. It's a perfect addition to your home, meditation area, or altar space.
- This thangka features the deity Manjushri in bold bright colors.
Manjushri is known as the deity who eliminated ignorance and opposition to the Dharma. He and his mantra represent wisdom. He holds a sword in his right hand that symbolizes his ability to cut through delusion. His left hand, close to his heart, holds the stem of a lotus flower.
Each detail is painted by hand on cotton canvas using natural mineral and vegetable pigments with 24K gold accents. The intricate brushstrokes and extraordinary detail make these thangkas genuineworks of art. It comes unframed and ready for Western style framing of your choosing.
Measures approximately 10 by 9 inches.
Thangka does not include a frame. We suggest shopping with your local frame or craft store to select a style that best suits you and your thangka! Looks great in a classic Western style photo frame or wooden magnetic poster hanger frames.