Thangka Buddha Sakyamuni


Thangka Buddha Sakyamuni

Hand-painted on canvas

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Thangka Buddha Sakyamuni

Hand-painted on canvas

Size: about 80*62cm

Interior image size approx. 32 x 24 cm



A (Buddhist) thangka, loosely translated as “something rollable”, or something “to roll”, is one painted with opaque colors
Cotton or silk fabric, often with elaborate bindings and sub-weaves.
As a rule, wooden struts are processed at the upper and lower edge, often with decorative buttons and two long ribbons.
Thangkas are used for Buddhist meditation. At home, when parading, but also in temples and processions.
Deities, lamas, buddhas, and bodhisattvas are usually depicted,
also the wheel of life or other symbols of Buddhism

Buddha Sakyamuni is the next most important among the Dhyani Buddhas. He is considered the second Dhyani Buddha by Nepalese Buddhists. Buddha Sakyamuni comes from the blue syllable Hum. It is two-armed and one-sided and demonstrates the Bushuparsa (earth-touching) mudra, which means calling the earth witness and sitting in the Vajraparyanka pose. He represents the original cosmic element of Vijnana (consciousness). When depicted in the stupa, he always faces east. His left-hand rests on his lap while the right rests on his right knee with the tip of the middle fingers touching the floor with palm drawn in.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 62 × 80 cm


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