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Sunlal Ratna Tamang

Great Red Ganapati

Great Red Ganapati

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This exquisite painting is an accurate copy of a famous early 15th century thangka that was probably originally painted by a Newar artist for the Ngor Sakya Monastery in Southern Tibet, which was founded in 1429 by Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo. Great Red Ganapati (Skt. Maharakta Ganapati) appears as one...

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Amitabha in Sukhavati

Amitabha in Sukhavati

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Amitabha, the red Buddha of 'Boundless Light', appears on his peacock throne at the centre of his western paradise of Sukhavati, the 'Blissful Realm'. The Pure Land of Sukhavati is attainable by those who are still progressing upon the path to enlightenment, where devotees are spontaneously reborn...

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Cosmos According to Kalachakra Tantra

Cosmos According to Kalachakra Tantra

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: A similar unbrocaded thangka of this 'Cosmos According to the Kalachakra Tantra' by Sunlal is now available for sale. Priced at GBP £1,180.00, approximately US $1,560.00. This composition is the first in a set of four didactic mandalas that depict the outer cosmology of our...

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Padmasambhava And His Eight Manifestations

Padmasambhava And His Eight Manifestations

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This gold on vermilion thangka was painted by Sunlal Ratna Tamang in 2005, and depicts Guru Rinpoche or Padmakara (Padmasambhava), the 'Lotus-Born', as the central figure of a composition known as 'The Guru's Eight Manifestations' (Tib. Guru Tsen-gye), which belongs to the Nyingma 'revealed...

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Gyalwa Gyatso

Gyalwa Gyatso

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Gyalwa Gyatso (Skt. Jinasagara), meaning the 'Conqueror-ocean', is a four-armed manifestation of red Avalokiteshvara with his consort, whose practice is of particular importance in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Gyalwa Gyatso is a yidam deity of the 'father-tantra' class of Highest...

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Two-armed Chakrasamvara

Two-armed Chakrasamvara

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This composition shows the five-deity mandala of two-armed Heruka Chakrasamvara in his 'innate' (sahaja) aspect as Sahaja Chakrasamvara, who is semi-wrathful, blue-black in colour, with one face, two arms, and three eyes. He stands in alidha posture upon a golden sun disc and a multicoloured lotus,...

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Ling Gesar

Ling Gesar

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This thangka depicts Gesar, the legendary king who ruled over the eastern Tibetan Kingdom of Ling about a thousand years ago. The Gesar epic is believed to be longest narrative poem in existence, which, although not compiled into any definitive textual form, would probably consist of more than a...

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Element Mandala From Kalachakra Tantra

Element Mandala From Kalachakra Tantra

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: A similar unbrocaded thangka of this 'Element Mandala from the Kalachakra Tantra' by Sunlal is now available for sale. Priced at GBP £1,100.00, approximately US $1,450.00. This composition appears as the second in a set of four mandalas that depict the outer cosmology of our...

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Samantabhadra

Samantabhadra

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This thangka depicts the blue Primordial or Adi-Buddha, Samantabhadra, as a single deity composition. Samantabhadra (Tib. Kuntuzangpo), meaning the 'all-good' or 'ever perfect', is the supreme or principal Buddha of the Nyingma or 'ancient-school' of Tibetan Buddhism, and the source from which most...

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White Khechari (Sukhasiddhi Yogini)

White Khechari (Sukhasiddhi Yogini)

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This thangka depicts the secret dakini aspect of White Khechari, whose practice is associated with the eleventh century Indian yogini Sukhasiddhi. Sukhasiddhi lived in Kashmir and was the kind but impoverished mother of six children. One day she gave the last of her rice away to a wandering beggar,...

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Machig Labdron

Machig Labdron

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: A similar unbrocaded thangka of this Machig Labdron painting by Sunlal is now available for sale. This new version is slightly larger with more detail in the background landscape. Priced at GBP £1,480.00, approximately US $1,950.00. Machig Labdron, or Machik Labkyi Dronma (circa...

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Vajravarahi

Vajravarahi

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: A similar unbrocaded thangka of this composition, painted by the artist Dorje Tamang is now available for sale, Priced at GBP £1060.00, approximately US $1,380.00. Vajravarahi (Tib. Dorje Phagmo), meaning the 'Indestructible (vajra) Sow (varahi)', is a principal aspect of...

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Vajravarahi

Vajravarahi

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Vajravarahi, the 'vajra-sow', is the female consort of the major yidam deity, Heruka Chakrasamvara. As a yidam deity in her own right, Vajravarahi is a specific aspect of the goddess Vajrayogini, who likewise belongs to the 'mother tantra' class of the 'highest yoga-tantra' practices, which...

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The Eight Medicine Buddhas

The Eight Medicine Buddhas

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

Price : £0.70

The assembly of the Eight Medicine Buddhas depicts the image of Bhaisajyaguru, the Medicine Guru, surrounded by his 'six brothers' and Shakyamuni Buddha. All eight of these figures wear the three monastic robes and sit in vajra-posture upon a moon disc and lotus, with only their specific colours...

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Padmasambhava And His Eight Manifestations

Padmasambhava And His Eight Manifestations

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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At the centre of this gold on vermilion thangka is the 'Lotus-born' Guru, Padmakara or Padmasambhava (Tib. Padma-'byung-gnas), who is flanked on the left by his Tibetan consort Yeshe Tsogyal, and on the right by his Indian consort Mandarava. At the top centre is Amitabha Buddha, and then circling...

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Jnanadakini Mandala

Jnanadakini Mandala

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This extremely intricate mandala of the tantric goddess Jnanadakini appears as one of a series of twenty-seven individual mandalas that are described in the Vajravali, or 'vajra-garland' cycle, which was compiled by the great Indian master Abhayakaragupta (died 1125). This unique set of mandalas...

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Vajrasattva and Consort

Vajrasattva and Consort

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Vajrasattva (Tib. Dorje Sempa), the 'indestructible being or hero', is an important Adi-Buddha and yidam deity, whose practice is particularly effective in purifying all defilements, especially those of anger and aversion. His visualized meditation practice and the repetition of his...

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Eight Medicine Buddhas

Eight Medicine Buddhas

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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The assembly known as the 'Eight Medicine Buddhas' (Tib. sman-bla bde-gshegs brgyad) shows the principal form of Bhaisajyaguru, the 'Medicine Guru' or Medicine Buddha, surrounded by his 'Six Brothers' and Shakyamuni Buddha. All eight of these figures wear the three red monastic robes of a...

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Paradise of Amitabha Buddha

Paradise of Amitabha Buddha

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: An identical unbrocaded version of this rare and exceptional composition by Sunlal is now available for sale. This truly is a real masterpiece of contemporary Tibetan Art, with a meticulous amount of precise detail, and should really be framed behind glass. Priced at GBP £3,950.00,...

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Sarvavid Vairocana Mandala

Sarvavid Vairocana Mandala

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Sarvavid, meaning 'all-knowing', is a white four-faced, peaceful aspect of Vairocana Buddha. His complex mandala has an 'inner mansion' of thirty-seven deities, and an 'outer mansion' of sixty further deities, each represented by the small symbol of a knife, a moon, or a lotus. The three outer...

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Guhyasamaja Mandala

Guhyasamaja Mandala

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This intricate composition of the thirty-two-deity mandala of Guhyasamaja-Akshobhyavajra is one of a series of mandalas that are textually described in the Vajravali, or 'vajra-garland' cycle, which was compiled by the great 11th century Indian Pandit, Abhayakaragupta (died 1125). This painting is...

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Vajradhara with Kagyu Lineage Gurus

Vajradhara with Kagyu Lineage Gurus

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Vajradhara (Tib. Dorje Chang), the 'vajra-holder', is the primordial or Adi-Buddha of the Sarma or 'new' translation schools of Tibetan Buddhism, while Samantabhadra is the primordial Buddha of the Nyingma or 'old' translation school. These two deities are the only manifestations or expressions of...

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Sixteen Arhat Mandala

Sixteen Arhat Mandala

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This mandala is an accurate copy of a thangka from the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet, and it shows Shakyamuni Buddha and his two disciples on the central dais, with the Sixteen Arhats in the sixteen-petal lotus circle that surrounds it. The Arhats two attendants appear in the palace's lower...

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White Tara (Wish-Fulfilling Wheel)

White Tara (Wish-Fulfilling Wheel)

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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White Tara (Skt. Sita Tara: Tib. Drol-kar) is the long-life aspect of the female saviouress Tara, the most popular Buddhist goddess of mercy and compassion. In her white longevity aspect she is also known as Saptalocana Tara, or 'seven-eyed' Tara, and as an important yidam or meditational deity in...

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Kurukulla

Kurukulla

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Kurukulla is a semi-wrathful red dakini, whose practice as a powerful subjugating goddess is popular in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Kurukulla was an early Indian tribal goddess, and her name is included in the Hindu text of the Lalita-sahasra-nama, which lists the thousand names of the...

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Padmasambhava and his Consorts

Padmasambhava and his Consorts

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Padmasambhava or Padmakara (Tib. Pemajungne), meaning the 'lotus-born', is the principal form of Guru Rinpoche, the 'precious guru' from Oddiyana in Western India, who is credited with establishing Buddhism in Tibet during the eighth century. Because of his miraculous activities he is widely...

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The Life of the Buddha

The Life of the Buddha

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This beautiful painting depicts the main events in the life of Shakyamuni Buddha, which in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition are usually divided into the 'Twelve Great Deeds of Shakyamuni Buddha', and are commonly listed as: His descent as a bodhisattva from the heavenly realm of Tushita; his entry...

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Padmasambhava and His Eight Manifestations

Padmasambhava and His Eight Manifestations

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

Price : £8.95

This gold on vermilion thangka was painted by Sunlal Ratna Tamang, and it depicts Padmasambhava or Padmakara, the ‘lotus-born’, as the central figure of a composition known as ‘The Guru’s Eight Manifestations’ (Tib. Guru Tsen-gye), which belongs to the Nyingma ‘revealed treasures’ or terma...

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Kurukulla

Kurukulla

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

Price : £8.95

This painting by Sunlal Ratna Tamang depicts the red subjugating goddess Kurukulla, whose meditation practice is popular in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Kurukulla was an early Indian tribal goddess, and her name is included in the Hindu text of the Lalita-sahasra-nama, which lists the thousand...

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Eight Medicine Buddhas

Eight Medicine Buddhas

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

Price : £8.95

The assembly known as the ‘Eight Medicine Buddhas’ traditionally shows the central form of the Medicine Guru (Skt. Bhaisajyaguru), or Medicine Buddha (Tib. Sangye Menla), surrounded by his ‘Six Brothers’ and Shakyamuni Buddha. All eight of these figures wear the three red monastic robes of a...

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