The Mandala Eight Auspicious Symbols Thangka Blue

This thangka painting features the most famous Eight Auspicious Symbols of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism known as Ashtamangala.


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Tibetan thangka Art are hand painted by master artists in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.

This thangka painting features the most famous Eight Auspicious Symbols of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism known as Ashtamangala.

Endless Knot

The Endless Knot (or Eternal Knot) has no beginning and no end.

Lotus Flower

The Lotus, PADMA in Tibetan, symbolizes spiritual purity. The Lotus Flower always refers to many aspects of the path, as it grows from the mud (samsara), it appears clean on the surface (purification), and finally produces a beautiful flower (enlightenment).

Treasure Vase

The Treasure Vase with flaming jewels pours forth an endless nectar of long life, health, wealth, prosperity and other benefits in this world

Conch Shell

The White Conch Shell stands for the deep and far reaching and melodious sound of the Dharma (the teachings of the Buddha).

Pair of Fishes

The Pair of Golden Fishes represent spiritual release from the suffering in samsara (the ever continuing cycle of death and rebirth, under the influence of our ignorance, karma and disturbing emotions such as attachment and anger).

Parasol (Umbrella)

The Parasol (or Umbrella) is a symbol for both protection and royalty.
Sometimes people confuse the Parasol for the Victory Banner or vice versa, as at first sight they might look alike but do substantially differ from each other.

Victory Banner

The Victory Banner symbolizes the victory of the positive teachings of the Buddha over the negative forces of ignorance, disharmony and other negativities in this world.

Dharma Wheel

The Golden Wheel, or Dharma Wheel, has 8 spokes and represents the ‘Noble Eightfold Path’: right view, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelyhood, right effort, right mindfullness and right concentration.
As the wheel of the Dharma is being turned it awakens the Buddha potential present in all sentient beings.

The definition of mandala literally means “circle”. It’s when we define mandala in energetic terms we find that mandala meaning deals with a visual aid that pulls in the human consciousness. The circular, often concentric design of mandalas tends to visually magnetize consciousness and awareness, allowing focus to draw inward – which is a wanted result in meditation.

The Thangka can be framedin fabric, same as traditional Buddhist way. Color of the fabric ca be chosen as well.

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*This item shipping in special plastic tube which will save your Thangka from any damages and liquids.

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 15 × 15 cm


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