A thangka painting serves as an aid to teaching, as each detail is filled with meaning and refers to parts of Buddhist philosophy. Enhance your practice with an authentic deity thangka. These inspirational works of art reflect the artist's exact knowledge of the traditional iconography, proportions and measurements used for the deity. Most importantly, thangka art is a valuable meditation tool, as it offers a manifestation of the divine and shows you how to visualize the deity.
Achi Chokyi Drolma sits on a blue wisdom horse to symbolize the swiftness of her enlightened activities, and she holds a wish-fulfilling jewel to symbolize her ability to bestow everything needed and desired when asked. Achi Chokyi Drolma protects the Drikung Kagyu lineage.
The details and fine lines of Achi Chokyi Drolma image are well hand-painted, framed in geometric Tibetan-style designed cloth brocade.
The iconic image of her riding on a blue horse, her left hand holds a skullcup to her heart and her upraised right hand holds a double-sided drum.
This is a rare vintage collection.
The image of Achi Chokyi Drolma made up most of the composition of the painting and it draws attention to the focal point.