Tibetan Thangka Painting – Samantabhadra (bright blues, green, pink and orange) 435mm x 335mm


Original hand painted Thangka created by Tibetan refugees. Naggar Valley donates 10% of all profits generated from sales of Thangka paintings to Lha charity in McLeod Ganj, India. For more information regarding the wonderful work that Lha do please visit our About Lha Charity page.

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This is a beautiful unique hand painted Tibetan Thangka.

It is painted on cotton canvas in bright colours of blue, green, pink and orange. Image size – 380mm x 275mm. Overall canvass size – 435mm x 335mm.

This art work is currently unframed. We have a wide selection of beautiful mouldings to choose from that will compliment this wonderful Thangka. If you would like this piece framed by Naggar Valley, please contact us for options and prices.


Samantabhadra’s name means Complete God. In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition Samantabhadra is considered the primordial Buddha.

This manifestation of Adibuddha is shown without any garments or attributes to demonstrate the fact that he is totally himself. In this painting he is accompanied by his prajna Samantabhadri, who is also completely naked. This shows how all beings such as Samantabhadri, are derived from the Absolute, but will ultimately be unified again when they have shaken off all worldly bonds. (Symbolised here by the absence of garments and attributes.)




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