Dorje Drolo Thankga Eight Manifestations of Guru Padsambhava - 32.75" x 22.75"

This Dorje Drolo Thankga represents the wrathful form of guru Padsambhava. This beautiful Dorje Drolo thankga will help to keep the negative and demonic forces away.

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 About  Dorje Drolo

Dorje Drolo is a wrathful manifestation of Padmasambava and a subduer of demons. Guru Padma arose in the wrathful form of Dorje Drolo in the famous Tagstang or Tiger’s Nest Cave in Bhutan in order to subdue the negative and demonic forces of these degenerate times. Ferocious in expression, amidst a mass of primordial wisdom fire, he stands upon the back of a pregnant tigress who is the wrathful form of his Wisdom Consort of enlightened activity, Tashi Kye Dren, whose ferocity is unpredictable and wild. Dressed in a robe of brocade, his body is purple in color and he wears a garland of severed heads representing the cutting of the 52 levels of dualistic mind-concepts. In his right hand he holds a vajra aloft emitting lightening bolts, and in his left a kila-purba that severs the three poisons that are the source of all suffering. The ferocious expression he wears while riding a tigress makes for a menacing figure. His body is dark brown and surrounded by a halo of flames.

Dimension:           With Border: 32.75" x 22.75"

                              Without Border: 30"x 20"

Weight:                  0.5 kg

Material:                Cotton Canvas, Paint, and  24 K Gold.    

Origin:                   Nepal 

Painted: This wonderful high-quality wrathful Dorje Drolo Thangka Painting is painted by the experienced artists.

Availability: This wrathful  Dorje Drolo Thangka Painting is shipped within 12 hours of order received through Express courier and delivery to the customer within 5 to 7 business days after it is shipped and Insurance is included in the shipping cost.

Note: Please note that the actual colors of wrathful Dorje Drolo Thangka Painting may vary due to differences in monitor color depth and make. The color shown is as close as possible to the actual colors of the Thangka Painting.