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This Avalokiteshvara Thangka painting represents the Bodhisattva of Compassion. Bodhisattva means the spiritual path to Buddhahood (the perfection of generosity, the perfection of morality, the perfection of patience, the perfection of effort, the perfection of concentration, and the perfection of wisdom or ultimate reality).

In total, he has one thousand hands and is in white color. His upper hands hold prayer beads and a lotus; the lower ones, poised in a hand gesture of prayer, clasp the wish-fulfilling jewel at his heart.

Chenrezig is another name of Avalokiteshvara in Tibet. According to belief, he made a vow and promised to reach the highest Enlightenment in order to thereby save all beings from misery and establish them in perfect happiness.

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You can make an online payment directly at checkout for order below 20 kg. We accept Visa, Mastercard & UnionPay debit or credit card.

For order above 20kg, you can place an order without making a payment. Shipping rates are charged on gross weight or volume weight (L x B x H) / 5000 cms, whichever is higher . One Box maximum limit is 30 kgs (Europe) and 20 kg (USA & Canada) only. We will email the invoice with estimated shipping cost in 1-2 business days. Once you confirm it, we willl send you payment link. 

We have an option to ship the goods to your doorstep or nearest airport via air in 10-12 business days. Upon request, we can ship the goods using express service from FedEx in 5-7 Days.

Description

The name Avalokiteshvara combines the verbal prefix ava “down”, lokita, a past participle of the verb lok “to notice, behold, observe”, here used in an active sense; and finally ishvara, “lord”, “ruler”, “sovereign” or “master”. Hence, it means “The Lord Who Looks Down (in compassion)”.

He recites the prayer “Om Mane Padme Hum”. Om has various meaning but in general, it means basic reality. Mani means jewel, while Padme means lotus. Hum, like Om, has no conceptual meaning. Overall, the mantra is suggestive of the bringing together of the qualities of wisdom (the lotus) and compassion (the jewel).

How do we Pack the Thangka?

We wrap the Thangka in handmade Nepali Lokta paper for protection of painting and later packed inside the non-bendable PVC pipe for shipping.

We also offer Silk Brocade framing for above Thangka. For that, you need to request us and paid separately.

Additional information
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 51 × 38 cm
Size & Quality

51 x 38 cm (Normal), 51 x 35 cm (Master)

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