Palden Lhamo Thangka Painting powerful female protector of the faith -30.25" x 20"

This is Palden Lhamo Thangka Painting represent black goddess protector , powerful female protector of the faith. This thankga is beautifully painted on cotton canvas by our master artisan.

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Palden Lhamo is also the personal protector the Dalai Lama.  She is known in Sanskrit as Shri Devi a wrathful emanation of saraswati. Once, while queen of Sri Lanka, Shridevi strenuously objected to her husband's practice of human sacrifice and threatened to kill their son if her husband's barbarism did not cease. When human sacrifice continued, she carried out her promise. As the goddess mounted a mule (covered with the flayed skin of her son) to flee the kingdom, the king aimed an arrow in her direction, hitting the mule's haunch. Shridevi removed the arrow and magically transformed the wound into an eye, thus augmenting her powers to see and watch over the realms of the Buddhist faith. Riding on a white wild ass, adorned with skulls, she holds a skull cup filled with brains while crossing a sea of blood. Hanging from the flank of the wild ass are a pair of dice to cast the karmic fate of sentient beings, and a bag filled with the world's diseases. She brandishes a demon-taming staff. It is her mission to protect the Buddhist teachings, institutions and practitioners

 Dimension:           With Border: 33" x 23"

                              Without Border: 30.25"x 20"

Weight:                  0.5 kg

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

Origin:                   Nepal 


Painted: This wonderful Palden Lhamo Thangka  is painted by the experienced artists.

Availability: This
Palden Lhamo 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
Palden Lhamo 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.