Rahula thankga painting help you to cure illness, he is demonic figure of Tibetan Buddhism and consider as the protector of dharma.
Rhaula is the Dharma Protector a demonic figure in Tibetan Buddhism who seizes the sun and the moon and eclipses planets.. Rhaula has serpant bodywith big mounth in his belly, which is consider as an effluvium of illness. He has our arm with 1000 flaming eyes. Rahula holds a makara-headed vajra club, and the bow & arrow with which he seeks out vow-breakers and 'destroys' them with wisdom and compassion. The bow is the compassionate means with which the arrow of perfect insight is released. The wrathful Aro gTér yidam Trö-nak Ögyen Jampalyang (Khrodakala Uddiyana Manjushri) is connected with Rahula in terms of the wrathful function of his bow and arrow. Not only does Rahula have nine heads,
he has eyes ornamenting both his body and arms. No movement away from the maintenance of vows escapes his notice. The gaping mouth in his stomach consumes all depraved and degraded attempts to manipulate the meaning of the Fourteen Root Vows of Vajrayana.
Rahula has dominion over the eight classes of demon (these eight demonic classes refer to various types of mundane 'spirits' who can cause either help or harm, but remain invisible to normal human beings: kingkara (ging); mara (bDud); tsen (bTsan); yaksha (gNod sByin); raksha (srin po); matari (ma mo); rahula (gZa gDong); and naga (kLu).) These eight classes are essentially linked with the dualistic manifestation of the eight distorted modes of consciousness.
Dimension: With Border: 33" x 23"
Without Border: 30 "x 20"
Weight: 0.5 kg
Material: Cotton Canvas, Paint, and 24 K Gold.
Painted: This wonderful Rhaula Thankga is painted by the experienced artists.
Availability: This Rhaula 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 Rhaula 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.