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Buddhas and Bodhisattvas

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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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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An identical version of this rare and exceptional composition by Sunlal was available for sale. This truly was a real masterpiece of contemporary Tibetan Art, with an amazing amount of precise detail, and should be framed behind glass. Priced at GBP £3,950.00. Amitabha (Tib. Od dpag-med),...

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The Medicine Buddha

The Medicine Buddha

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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The Medicine Buddha (Tib. Sangye Menla), or 'Medicine Guru' (Skt. Bhaishajyaguru), is also known in Sanskrit as the “King of Vaidurya Light” (Vaidurya-prabha-raja), with vaidurya being the blue-beryl or aquamarine gemstone. This relates to the bright blue light rays that...

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Medicine Buddha Lineage

Medicine Buddha Lineage

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This unique composition is an accurate copy of an early twentieth century thangka from the Potala Palace in Lhasa, which shows the Medicine Buddha seated upon his magnificent enlightenment throne with the lineage of Buddhas and Teachers of the Tibetan Medical Tradition above, and the special...

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Thirty-five Buddhas of Confession

Thirty-five Buddhas of Confession

Artist : Dorje Tamang

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The practice tradition of the Thirty-five Buddhas of Confession (Tib. Tung-sha) is based upon a Mahayana text known as the 'Sutra of Three Heaps' (Skt. Triskandha-sutra), which is performed by the Buddhist sangha in order to absolve any transgressions against their religious vows. This...

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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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Rigsum Gonpo

Rigsum Gonpo

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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NOTE: The original unbrocaded thangka of this unique composition by Sunlal is for sale. Priced at GBP £850.00. Rigsum Gonpo, meaning the "Lords of the Three Families", refers to the enlightened deity trinity of Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani, who symbolically represent the body,...

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Vajradhara with Manjushri and Vajrapani

Vajradhara with Manjushri and Vajrapani

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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Vajradhara (Tib. Dorje Chang), meaning 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...

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Ratnasambhava Buddha

Ratnasambhava Buddha

Artist : Hari Prasad Vaidya

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This painting of Ratnasambhava is a copy of a 13th century Pala or Newar thangka, which is now housed in the Los Angeles County Museum. Ratnasambhava (Tib. Rin-chen 'bYung-gnas), the 'Jewel-born', is one of the 'Five Buddhas', who presides as the 'Lord of the ratna or Jewel Family' that is...

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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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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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Thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara

Thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara

Artist : Mangal Lama

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Avalokiteshvara, the 'Beholding Lord', is the Bodhisattva of Compassion and the patron deity of Tibet, who appears here in this painting by Mangal Lama in his eleven-faced and thousand-armed form. According to legend Avalokiteshvara once vowed that he would first free all beings from suffering...

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Manjushri and Phonology Masters

Manjushri and Phonology Masters

Artist : Sunlal Ratna Tamang

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This composition is an accurate copy of a thangka from the Potala Palace in Lhasa, which shows Manjushri surrounded by an assembly of Indian and Tibetan masters of the Shenglu or Phonology Tradition. In Mahayana Buddhism Manjushri (Tib. Jampal Yang), or Manjughosha (Tib....

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Four-armed Avalokiteshvara with Deities

Four-armed Avalokiteshvara with Deities

Artist : Pema Wangyal

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This thangka, painted by Pema Wangyal, depicts Four-armed Avalokiteshvara as the central figure in a nine-deity assembly, which collectively represent the three trinities of virtue, longevity, and accomplishment....

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Samantabhadra Yab-Yum

Samantabhadra Yab-Yum

Artist : Phunsok Tsering

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This thangka depicts the blue Primordial or Adi-Buddha, Samantabhadra, in union with his white consort, Samantabhadri. Samantabhadra (Tib. Kuntuzangpo), meaning the 'all-good' or 'ever perfect', is the supreme or principal Buddha of the early Nyingma or 'Ancient-School' of Tibetan Buddhism, and the...

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Orange Manjushri

Orange Manjushri

Artist : Chewang Dorje

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Manjushri (Tib. Jam-pa), meaning the 'Youthful' is the principal Bodhisattva of Wisdom in the Indo-Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and is also know as Manjugosha (Tib. Jam-yang), meaning the 'Gentle Voiced'. He appears here in his most popular form as Orange Arapacana Manjushri, whose...

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Yellow Jambhala (Dzambhala)

Yellow Jambhala (Dzambhala)

Artist : Chewang Dorje

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Yellow Jambhala (Tib. Dzambha-la ser-po) is the most popular wealth deity in the Indo-Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and as the 'Lord of Riches' he is invoked to bestow wealth upon practitioners. Jambhala is closely related to Kubera and Vaishravana, the yellow Guardian King of the North and...

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Five forms of Jambhala

Five forms of Jambhala

Artist : Chewang Dorje

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This composition depicts the assembly of the five directional forms of the wealth deity Jambhala, the practices of which are specifically designed to generate wealth. The appear together in a beautiful landscape with the central figure's radiant aura encircled by rainbow light, flowers, and clouds...

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