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Silk Applique Thangkas For Sale

The traditional technique of silk applique for creating thangkas is a highly regarded and refined skill, using only the finest and exquisite materials. It takes many months, even years, to create these silk applique thangkas, and the result is a highly durable and stunning depiction of religious deities, inspiring and blessing those who encounter them. To find out more about the silk applique technique, click here.

Shakyamuni Buddha Thangka

Shakyamuni Buddha was born over 2,500 years ago as Siddharta Gautama, a prince and the son of a king. He left behind his worldly life to find an end to suffering. After six years of meditation, he attained enlightenment and became known as Shakyamuni Buddha. Painstaking silk applique and embroidery work has been undertaken by Urgyen Sonam to create these beautiful Shakyamuni Buddha thangkas.

Chenrezig Thangka

Chenrezig in the TibetanĀ  language (also known as Avalokiteshvara) is the Buddha of Compassion. Chenrezig holds a special place in the hearts of Tibetan people and His mantra “Om Mani Padme Hum” can often be heard on the lips of Tibetans. This gorgeous silk applique Chenrezig Thangka by Urgyen Sonam emanates peace and wisdom.

Tara Thangka

Green Tara is the Goddess of Enlightened Activities, and White Tara is the Goddess of Long Life. These silk applique Tara Thangkas are sure to bless and inspire wherever they are.

Manjushri Thangka

Manjushri is the Buddha of Wisdom and this silk applique Manjushri is a perfect companion to promote one’s study, learning and contemplation.

Medicine Buddha Thangka

Medicine Buddha promotes all kinds of healing and ancient teachings tell us that merely seeing the Medicine Buddha, or even hearing the name of the Medicine Buddha, can confer inconceivable benefits. This beautifully-stitched Medicine Buddha Thangka will make a special edition to any home, office or shrine.

Guru Rinpoche Thangka (Padmasambhava)

Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche in Tibetan) was a highly learned tantric saint of Northern India who brought Buddhism to Tibet. He was invited by the Tibetan King Trisong Detsen to bring his knowledge of Buddhism to Tibet and he stayed for 50 years, founding monasteries and teaching tantric Buddhism. These silk applique Guru Rinpoche Thangkas emanate Padmasambhava’s power, wisdom and compassion.

Tsongkhapa Thangka

Tsongkhapa was the founder of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism. After studying with a reported 45 masters, he founded the Gelug school in 1409, which emphasised monastic discipline. One of his students, Gedundrup was retrospectively recognized as the first Dalai Lama, an emanation of Avalokitesvara. Tsongkhapa is an emanation of Manjushri and is often depicted with Shakyamuni Buddha in his heart.

These silk applique Tsongkhapa Thangkas display his warmth, wisdom and courage.

Vajrayogini Thangka

Vajrayogini is a powerful Buddhist Goddess, whose empowerments and teachings are given only rarely. Expert skill and craftmanship by Urgyen Sonam has gone into making this Vajrayogini Thangka, displaying her power, grace and wisdom energy.

Mudra Thangkas

Mudras are special, religious hand gestures that signify various qualities. Look closely at these silk applique Mudra Thangkas to see the fine details and superb craftmanship.

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