Thangka painting, depicting Vajrasattva Buddha, is an exquisite piece of art that exudes elegance and eccentricity. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this Tibetan Thangka can also aid in meditation, promoting spiritual and emotional healing, while attracting the benevolent energy of Tibetan Buddhist art.
Vajrasattva, a revered figure in the realm of Tibetan art, is the embodiment of purification and spiritual growth in Buddhist teachings. As the Buddha of purification, Vajrasattva represents the essence of cosmic consciousness, emptiness, and bliss, making him a crucial symbol for those seeking to understand the deeper meaning of tantra practices.
Vajrasattva is portrayed in a loving embrace with his feminine self, symbolising the union of the female principle of wisdom (represented by the bell in his left hand) and the male principle of compassion (symbolised by the Vajra held in his right hand). This harmonious union leads to a state of spiritual wholeness and balance.
As the archetype of the adamantine path of Tantric Yoga, Vajrasattva is an essential symbol for individuals seeking to delve deeper into tantra practices. The Vajrasattva is revered for its ability to purify karma, promote peace, and inspire enlightened activity, further emphasising his role as a powerful symbol of spiritual transformation.
- This Artwork is Unique
- Dimensions: 45 x 30 cm (17.7" x 11.8" inches)
- Materials: Precious & Semi-Precious Natural Minerals mixed with Hide Glue
- Canvas: Organic Cotton
- Origin: Nepal