Thangka painting, depicting Aparmita Buddha, is an exquisite piece of art that exudes elegance and eccentricity. This mesmerizing Tibetan Thangka serves as a stunning decor element and an aid in meditation, promoting spiritual and emotional healing, while attracting the benevolent energy of Tibetan Buddhist art.
The painting portrays Aparmita, a manifestation of Amitabha Buddha in his role as the Bestower of Longevity. Aparmita is considered either a celestial Buddha of Infinite Life or a fully realized Bodhisattva, having attained Buddhahood many eons ago through the merit accumulated during his past lives as a Bodhisattva.
Aparmita sits gracefully on a double lotus pedestal, with his hands in a meditative gesture (Dhyana Mudra), holding his distinguishing attribute, the vase of elixir (Kalasha). This hand gesture symbolizes the unity of wisdom and compassion, essential qualities on the path to enlightenment. Adorned with a crown and regal jewelry, Aparmita's ensemble includes intricate necklaces, large earrings inlaid with coral and turquoise stones, and a flowing scarf draped over his shoulders, looping at the elbows and cascading down the lower arms.
The painting of Aparmita captures the essence of this divine figure, embodying the infinite potential for spiritual growth and longevity. As a visual representation of enlightenment and compassionate wisdom, the artwork serves as a powerful reminder of our own capacity for personal transformation and self-realization.
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لوحة أبارميتا بوذا
- Limited Edition
- Dimensions: 61 x 43 cm (24" x 16.9" inches)
- Materials: 24 Carat Gold; Precious & Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
- Canvas: Organic Cotton
- Origin: Nepal