33" x 23.25" Vajradhara Thangka Painting

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Vajradhara - The Primordial Buddha thangka beautifully painted by artist from Nepal.


Vajradhara Thangka Painting

Size with Border

33" Long x 23.25" Wide

Size without Border

30" Long x 20" Wide


Original Hand-Painted Cotton Canvas with 24 Karat Gold Detailing




0.30 Kg.

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Bhaktapur, Nepal

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 Vajradhara - The Primordial Buddha

Vajradhara is the ultimate primordial Buddha according to the Gelug and Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism, and he is metaphysically equivalent to Samantabhadra in the Nyingma and Sakya traditions. Vajradhara is the Tantric form of Shakyamuni, as Shakyamuni appeared in the aspect of Vajradhara when he delivered the third Wheel of Law and set forth the Tantric path for his gifted disciples. Guru Tilopa is said to have received the Mahamudra instructions directly from Buddha Vajradhara through visions and other extraordinary means. Vajradhara represents the very essence of enlightened mind - achieving the "state of Vajradhara" is synonymous with complete realization. He is revered as both the revealer of mysteries and the mystery itself.


The Medicine Buddha, or Bhaisajyaguru, is the Buddha of Healing. Meditating on the Medicine Buddha is considered to be a powerful method for increasing healing powers, allowing practitioners to alleviate their own sufferings as well as those of others. Through his boundless compassion and generosity, Bhaisajyaguru helps sincere seekers overcome physical illness and infirmity. But even more importantly, the Buddha is the skillful doctor who heals the great disease afflicting all sentient beings. By providing the Dharma as a profound antidote to the poisons of attachment, hatred and ignorance, he lifts the veil of delusion and points the way to freedom.



Buddha Vajrdhara is depicted holding a golden vajra in his right hand and a silver bell in his left. His arms are crossed in front of him expressing the complete integration of prajna (wisdom) and upaya (skillful means). Although he is a Dharmakaya, or primordial, Buddha, he is usually represented iconographically in Sambhogakaya form adorned with beautiful garments, ornaments, and a crown, symbolizing his ability to ceaselessly benefit living beings by means of his emanations which pervade all worlds. It is believed that all the one hundred Buddha families can be condensed into the five Buddha families, which in turn are all held within the compassionate heart of Buddha Vajradhara.

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