Tibetan Thangka Artwork by Tibetan Refugees in India

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Naggar Valley source all of our Thangka paintings from Tibetan refugees in Northern India.

Having left their homeland for a new life, the artists make their living from creating wonderful Buddhist artworks which can take weeks or even months to complete.

Each painting has spiritual meaning and is designed to aid meditation and mindfulness.

Intricate and beautiful, traditionally the paintings are mounted in silk brocade.

Naggar Valley however provide a bespoke framing service to compliment our art pieces which presents them in a way that suits the Western home.

We donate 10% of profits from sales of Thangka paintings to the charity we volunteered for in Himichal Pradesh Lha Charitable Trust who help Tibetan refugees to build a new life.

Why not have a look at our gallery to discover the beauty of Thankga artwork.

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Framed Tibetan Thankga – Shadakshari Lokeshva

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