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Tibetan Thangka Manjushri, Mini

Article number: 1.ST.1.11.TTM
CHF 19,90
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This thangka also perfect for your office, study, shrine or puja room.

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The thangka is a scroll image (whether painted, embroidered, woven, glued or printed) of Tibetan Buddhism and is hung in temples or home altars for meditation and carried in processions. The thangkas mainly depict tantric deities, Buddhas, bodhisattvas, tutelary deities, lamas, stories from life, kalachakras (wheel of life) and mandalas.

Manjushri, known as the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, holds immense significance in Mahayana Buddhism. Revered for his transcendent wisdom, Manjushri is depicted with a radiant aura, wielding a sword that cuts through ignorance and a scripture that symbolizes knowledge. As the embodiment of enlightened intellect, he guides individuals towards clarity and understanding. Devotion to Manjushri is believed to enhance one's intellectual abilities, sharpen their discernment, and cultivate wisdom in various aspects of life. By invoking Manjushri's blessings, practitioners seek to overcome mental obstacles, expand their knowledge, and attain spiritual enlightenment. Manjushri's practice serves as a profound source of inspiration and guidance for those seeking wisdom on their spiritual path.

This small silk brocade thangka is perfect for your office, study, shrine or puja room. Due to the handmade nature, there may be slight variations from the picture.

Size: approx. 28 x 21 cm
Weight: approx. 25 g
Material: silk brocade, paper

Buddhismus / Malerei / Rollblid
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