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Thangka Mandala Mantra with OM, 10 Auspicious Symbols and Dragons - 94 x 65 cm

Rare and Valuable Thangka Mandala Mantra with OM, Auspicious Symbols and Dragons

Thangka Mandala Mantra with OM, 10 Auspicious Symbols and Dragons - 94 x 65 cm

Rare and Valuable Thangka Mandala Mantra with OM, Auspicious Symbols and Dragons

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This is a Masterpiece thangka with a rare calligraphy. This Master has a delicate, fine and harmonious calligraphy.

It's really diffucult find an Artwork with a refined art like this. It's not common thangka.

This Mandala consists of a Mantra cyclicality, which is a spiritual and etheric basis, and supports the symbol in the center. The concept of this base also means High and Clean Energy.
In this Mandala, the inscriptions are a mantra in Tibetan language, or a repeated prayer, in order to support the symbol in the center, which gives meaning to the Mandala.
The written prayer is pronounced: "Om-mani-padme-hum" and the meaning attributed, is universal love and compassion, which represent the foundations of Buddhism. This mantra is probably the most famous and used in Tibetan Buddhism, and if pronounced repeatedly it has a beneficial effect in the psyche and mind.  The big inscriptions, in the external part, are the same Mantra.

Symbol in the center :
The OM symbol is the symbol of harmony. It indicates the "sound of Creation" in which all things vibrate and live in material reality. The symbol of the AUM, or even written OM, in fact represents the primordial union with creation. So it exhorts an intimate connection at pace with the whole thing.

10 Auspicious Symbols : (from left to right, up section)
- Double Yak Tail Fly-Whish : Represents symbolic sweeping of ignorance and mental afflictions. Is often made from bleached yak-tails, and is a symbol of protection. 
- Lotus flower : the symbol indicates and recalls purity, beauty, fertility, transformation and self-healing ability. It is not a coincidence that in the iconography of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, they are depicted sitting on a lotus flower-shaped throne.
- Wheel of Dharma : it represents and strengthens the moral discipline that allows us to have a harmonious mind and a stable thought in the continuous change of things. Symbol of mastery and understanding of the emptiness of all phenomena.
- Vase of Wealth : symbolizes the idea of obtaining and satisfying material desires, longevity and prosperity. Encourage the enjoyment of all the benefits that can be achieved in this world.
- Shell : is the representation of deep knowledge. It feeds spiritual passions and aspirations, awakening from the abyss of ignorance and suffering.

(from left to right, down section) 
- The Golden Pisces : they represent the overcoming of all obstacles and achievement of the liberation. They therefore represent the skill and ability, innate or acquired, to be free and pure.
- The Parasol : it is a symbol of wealth, power and royal dignity. It also means protection, from disease, from every obstacle and adverse force, from ignorance, from the suffering of this life.
- Infinity Knot : symbol of protection and friendship, it exhorts knowledge and clarity of the dynamics of cause and effect, of the universe, this is represented by the geometric lines that intersect. It means realization that all things are interdependent with each other.
- Banner of Victory : Represents the glory, that comes from the attainment of knowledge over ignorance and fear; overcoming all obstacles and the consequent achievement of happiness.
- Sacred Text Book : is a symbol of wisdom. It also represents the auspicious blessing of knowledge. 

Inside the frame there are 8 Dragons and 8 Wheel of Dharma:  ​​ ​ ​ ​ ​​ ​ ​ ​
For asian traditions, Dragons are considerate a helpful and benevolent sacred mythical beasts. The dragon brings health, energy, wisdom, prosperity, abundance, longevity, and power. According to Tibetan legends, dragons have the ability to communicate ideas as well as a strong ability to discern what is true from what is fake. The Tibetan dragon is a strong symbol of luck and used to attract good of fortune. Dragon is also the protector of Buddhist Knowledge.

​The material is cotton canvas, and the colors are water-soluble pigments, both minerals and organic materials, tempered with a solution of grass and glue.

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