April 22, 2023 at 05:10 AM
Gandhanra Tibetan Woodblock Thangka Art,Je Tsongkhapa’s Migtsema Mantra,Losang Drakpa,Buddhist Tapestry,From Derge Sutra Printing Temple
❤This thangka comes from the Derge Sutra Printing Temple (a famous cultural heritage). The theme is Je Tsongkhapa’s Migtsema Mantra,Losang Drakpa,Je Rinpoche.Its base plate was carved about 100 years ago and has been restored by craftsmen in the past. It is made on traditional Tibetan hand-made drawing paper using ancient engraving and printing techniques. (Please see the introduction below) It still being made in the same way as they have been for almost three hundred years: handprinted from hand-carved wooden blocks. You can see the exquisite plant lines on the drawing paper, because the paper is handmade from pure natural plant materials, such as Pennisetum. The hand-made seal (hidden under the thangka frame) at the bottom of the painting contains: carved Tibetan paper by Derge Sutra Printing Temple（德格印经院雕刻藏纸） ❤DETAILS Material: Tibetan paper,cloth, silk The front is covered with silk to protect Thangka With exquisite wooden painting shaft and lanyard ❤FRAME SIZE Top width:55cm / 21.65" Bottom width:69 cm / 27.16" Height:100cm / 39.37" Core Size: 33cm(Width) *50 cm(Height) (about 12.99" * 19.68") ❤9 DIFFERENT FRAME COLORS There are a total of 9 different colors for you to choose, please select the color number when you purshace. Frames of different colors may vary in size, please understand. ❤ABOUT Tsongkhapa's Mantra Mantras are the Buddha’s body, speech and mind qualities manifesting in the form of sound. Hence they can affect us deeply and bless our minds. Mantra combined with visualisation and meditation can unlock our subconscious mind to higher states of thinking such as altruism, care, etc. There are many types of mantras, open and secret. But a general all-rounder mantra that encompasses so many qualities that we need is Migtsema. Tsongkhapa’s Migtsema mantra is a wonderful, peaceful, all-encompassing mantra that is suitable for anyone at any stage of practice. Tsongkhapa’s holy image encompasses the complete 84,000 teachings of Buddha in iconography form. His body is a ‘roadmap’ to Nirvana.