Lokeshvara Thangka Popularly known as Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig Thangka | Buddha and Boddhisattvas | Ritual Thanka
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Lokeshvara Thangka Popularly known as Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig Thangka

Size / Weight: 15x19 inches / 500 gms
Material: Pure 24 Carat Gold,Gouache and acrylic colors on Cotton Canvas


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What is a Thangka painting?

The Tibetan word Thangka means an unfolding painting, where the word Thang stands for an unfolding scroll and Ka means a painting. Thangka paintings, as a whole, are a visual representation of Buddhist deities, scenes, or mandalas, painted on silk or cotton canvas. 

Thangka Paintings follow a generic principle of composition, design, and iconography. It is made following tradition and guidelines while leaving spaces for personal creativity and expression. In Buddhist culture, Thangka Paintings hold high religious values. In a way, it is also a tool that facilitates the realization of one's true nature or the nature of reality

In Ritual Thangka, we provide a collection of a variety of Thangka paintings. Every one of our paintings has been hand-picked by our curators. We take great care in scrutinizing all aspects, from the quality of the thangka cloth to its composition, so that you get only the finest quality paintings.


Lokeshvara also known as Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig is the embodiment of boundless loving-kindness and compassion. It is said that Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara made strong vows in front of Buddha Amitabha to intentionally manifest into the three realms of the world in order to liberate all sentient beings from their sufferings.

This Captivating Thangka of Halahal Lokeshvara is painted in the style of the great Nevari Legacy of Paubha painting. The use of Beautiful rich colors attracts one's attention and demands the viewer's time and patience. The beautiful green face is a profusion of Maitri and Karuna(compassion).

This Graceful Depiction of Lokeshshwora was painted by a veteran artist BalaramNhisutu .Mr.Balaram first started painting in 1993 A.D. Although he learned the techniques of thangka painting from many senior artists, his main mentor was Mr.Ram Sundar Khyaju. He is a native of Bhaktapur and derives his inspiration from the open museum city he lives in.

As we know teachings and artwork connected with Buddhism, first entered Tibet from China and Nepal in the 7th century, most probably through the marriages of King SongstenGampo to a Chinese Princess and a Nepalese Princess. The mutation, exchange, and inspiration of the art forms found in these three cultures took place over centuries and as a result, many forms of art styles developed.

One of the most beautiful paintings in our collection is the result of this legacy. This great artistic work has a strong influence from Newari and Indic-Chinese conventions. The use of Dragon Motifs, intricate workmanship, and elegant facial features is a perfect blend that has been so delicately balanced to the point that the viewer is encapsulated by the feeling of peace and serenity at once.

This original hand-painted paubha was completed in early 2008. It has a wonderful shine that calms one's mind as soon as one lays their eye upon it. One cannot help but be completely immersed in the sheer beauty of pictorial and emotive expressions.

When we closely observe we discover that the artist uses Five Major colors – namely White, Blue, Yellow, Red, and Green. These are the colors symbolizing the five TathagataBuddhas. The use of the Color Green is especially dominant giving the feeling of balance and refreshment to the viewer. The perfect balance of the mix of five major colors brings about harmony among the various elements of the painting.

This lovely painting is a rare find and could be a great delight to earn merits for a practitioner and a collector alike.

Size: 15"/ 38 cm (width) x 19"/ 48 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Acrylic Colors, Genuine 24K Gold

-Not mounted on a traditional brocade
-Tibetan Silk brocade is available in a variety of colors and quality
-Price ranges from $35 to $100 depending upon the silk quality
-Additional 3 business days for this service

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Return Policy:
-Returns are accepted within 60 business days.
-You can ship either to Nepal or Texas (USA), whichever works better for you.
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- Custom order a thangka of any Vajrayana deity. Usually, it takes 2-5 months (depending on complexity) to finish such a thangka of average size.number +977 9841698638

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Amazed by their customer service and collection. Would definitely recommend them to everyone

Really Great Customer Service and very beautiful thangka collection.

This is a magnificent piece of Buddha Shakyamuni thangka. Masterfully executed in rich, vibrant colors with illuminating detail; The silk brocade frame compliments the painting beautifully and forms a focal point in our praying/meditation room I receive the piece earlier than expected in good shape; and prior to purchase, Rajendra was responding quickly and very helpful in providing high resolution picture for my further evaluation. Thank you Rajendra and surely I will be back again.

I was extremely pleased with the quality of the unique thangka I received, as well as the immaculate brocade. Communication with Ritual Thanka has been a pleasure, and shipping was faster than I could have hoped for. Six stars! :)

This is my second purchase - and it will not be my last. Service is fast and efficient. My first thanka came incredibly well packaged.

Perfect Easy transaction Thanks 🙏🏻

Amazing piece, love it! Really beautiful

Stellar customer service and product - happy to recommend and will buy from here again!!

The artwork is very fine quality and it came carefully packed. Thank you!

Wonderful thank you so much!!!!!!