SOLD – Framed Tibetan Thangka Painting – Sadaksari Lokeshvara (black and gold) 370mm x 270mm


This beautiful hand painted Tibetan Thangka has now been sold.

It is possible however for us to commission the same artist who created it to paint another piece in the same design.

Every Thangka we sell is painted by hand so no two are ever identical. This indeed is part of their authentic charm.

If you would like us to commission a piece we can however assure you that the design, image size and colours used along with the incredible attention to detail will be completely in keeping with the painting depicted here.

If you would like some more information or would like us to commission a piece of art in a particular design please get in touch via the details on our contacts page.

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This is a beautiful unique hand painted Tibetan Thangka.

It is painted on cotton canvas in striking black and gold. Image size – 370mm x 270mm.

This art work is now framed. Updated image coming soon.


Sadaksari Lokeshvara is one of the well known manifestations of Avalokiteshvara. He is also known as Kharcheri, ‘the Lord of the Six Syllables’. These six syllables belong to the mantra ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’, the expression of the deepest essence of Avalokiteshvara.

In one hand Sadaksari Lokeshvara holds the akshamala (a rosary consisting of 108 beads) which serves to count the number of times the mantra is spoken; in the other hand, he holds the lotus of absolute purity. He holds the magic jewel Cintamani (a stone which fell from the stars and fulfils every wish) in front of his chest.

The simple black and gold colour scheme of this Thangka give it a bold and striking edge while the detail and shading in the brushwork is exquisite.



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