Vairocana Thangka | Genuine Hand Painted Tibetan thangka | Buddhist | Spiritual | Cotton Canvas
Genuine hand painted thangka on cotton canvas
In Nepalese-Tibetan Buddhism, Buddha Vairochana is one of the five Dhyani Buddhas. Rupa's cosmic aspect is represented by him (form). His two hands are joined at the tips of the thumbs and forefingers and held against his chest. This mudra is termed as Dharma chakra Mudra, which means "teaching gesture." Dharma means "law" in Sanskrit, and Chakra means "wheel" in English.
Vairocana is a celestial buddha who is frequently viewed as the historical Gautama Buddha's dharmakaya in scriptures namely the Avatamsaka Sutra. Vairocana is also considered as the manifestation of the Buddhist notion of sunyata in East Asian Buddhism. Vairocana is the central figure in Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism's Five Tathagatas and is regarded as a Primordial Buddha.
Vairocana is distinct from Vairocana Mahabali, Virochana's son.
Tibetan Thangka Art of Vairocana Buddha is hand painted on cotton canvas utilizing natural colors by Thangka Artists in Nepal.
The mantra of Buddha Vairocana:
Om amogha vairocana mahamudra manipadma jvala pravarttaya hum
||43 × 60 cm