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.
“Chenrezig” (Avalokitesvara in Sanskrit), renowned as the Bodhisattva of Compassion, is the Tibetan name for the very embodiment and realization of the four immeasurables: loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. The four arms and hands of Chenrezig signify these four immeasurables, through which he uses to benefit beings.
A luxurious full-gold hand-painted Four-armed Chenrezig framed in intense yellow Tibetan-style brocade.