- This striking Manjushri thangka is hand painted with beautiful bold colors and gold details in a traditional brocade frame.
- Our thangkas are hand painted by master artists and their apprentices. Thangka schools in Nepal help to keep Tibetan traditions alive.
- Each painting is done entirely by hand on canvas before being sewn into a stunning silk brocade frame. It's the perfect addition to your home decor, meditation area, or altar space.
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.
The traditional Tibetan brocade fabric is a polyester and silk blend, making it a long-lasting and versatile material. The deep blue brocade features intricate golden dragon designs with red and yellow framing around the painting.
Painted area measures approximately 10 inches wide and 14 inches tall. Frame measures approximately 19 inches wide and 34 inches tall.