Hand painted Om Mani Padme Hum thangka
These beautiful thangkas are painted by the Tamang people, a group of ethnic Tibetans who once served as horse warriors in the Tibetan Empire. The word "ta" means horse and "mag" means warrior. The Tamang people practice Tibetan Buddhism and share common rituals and culture.
Thangkas are sacred paintings that are used for meditation and prayer. They are often used to depict Buddhist deities, but they can also be used to depict other subjects, such as landscapes or animals.
The thangkas are hand-painted by skilled artists using traditional techniques. If you are looking for a beautiful and meaningful piece of art, a thangka is a perfect choice.
They are a unique and personal way to bring the beauty of Tibetan Buddhism into your home.
These thangkas have the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" - which has a common translation of "The jewel is in the lotus" - written around a central lotus flower.
Size: 29.5cm x 29.5cm (approx)