Small Handpainted Chenrizig Thangka


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This handpainted Thangka has been kept under the altar at the Tibetan Rime Buddhist Institute for years. It has also been present for many empowerments and blessings in our temple including the Kalachakra Empowement from Khentrul Rinpoche. All the proceeds of this Thangka silk print sale will go to the Land of Shambhala project.

Hand painted Thangka Picture approximately  28 cm by 21 cm
Thangka Frame Size by 52 cm x 45 cm

About Chenrizig
Chenrizig (Shadakshari Lokeshvara) is one of the many forms of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. In this manifestation he is considered the embodiment of the six syllable mantra, Om Mani Padme Hum. Meditation on Chenrizig opens the heart to beauty and brings peace to the mind.

He is seated in the vajraparyankasana on a lotus throne. He has four hands; upper right hand holds a rosary (akshamata) a sign that he draws forth beings from phenomenal existence. His left hand holds a stem of a lotus-flower a symbol that he serves living beings but is free from attachment. The principal hands make the gesture of adoration (anjalimudra) in front of the heart and in these hands he is holding a jewel.

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Consecrated Thangka
This Thangka print comes consecrated. If you are not sure what consecration is, Khentrul Rinpoche explains it below.