The painting of Lyap Vajrasattva | Tibetan Thangka
This is the painting of Vajrasattva which is great for the meditation and physical and mental transformation. These types of traditional sacred buddhist art, painting is meticulously wrapped in robust, rigid tubes before being delivered around the world.
Bajrashara (Bajradhara) is akin deities in Tibetan Buddhist with contrasting names, complexion and arrays. He is primitive Buddha often enriched and owns attributes depicting in unity with their distinctive consorts . He is an derivation of adibuddha, one of the highest deity in vajrasana Buddhism. He is the tantric form of Shakyamuni which means the bearer of the thunderclap. He is an articulation of Buddhahood itself in both single and yabyum form. It is aforementioned Shakyamuni Buddha clenched the contour of Vajradhara while he was teaching the Tantric path to his competent admirers.
||55 × 40 cm
Painted on cotton canvas