Setrap Thankga Painting: 32.5”x23”
This beautiful Setrap Thangka paintings look wrathful but he has compassionate nature and helps to protect us from anger, black magic and remove inner obstacles.
In the Tibetan Buddhism, Setrap is the protector of Dharma and is the emanation of Amitabha Buddha. Setrap is a wrathful form of Buddha Amitabha, where His role is similar to that of angry parents towards their wayward children ~ hoping to wake them to their senses and bring them onto the correct path. Though in a wrathful form, the Protector is always motivated by compassion and loving care for all sentient beings.Protector Setrap’s wrath is directed at our inner and secret defilements of attachment, anger, ignorance and our self-cherishing attitude.
As an Enlightened Buddha, Setrap’s apparent fury is never directed against any beings. Utterly opposed to attachment, Setrap acts with objectless equanimity towards all beings. Being the great enemy of anger, Setrap acts with supreme love towards all beings. Being the victor over ignorance, Setrap directly cognises Emptiness and possesses the highest wisdom that perceives the best manner of liberating all sentient beings.
Being the antidote to the self-cherishing attitude, Setrap cherishes all beings above Himself. With sincere prayers and request of His assistance, Setrap is known to accomplish the swiftest destruction of outer, inner and secret obstacles.
Dimension: With Border: 32.5" x 23"
Without Border: 30 "x 20"
Weight: 0.5 kg
Material: Cotton Canvas, Paint, and 24 K Gold.
Painted: This wonderful Setrap Thankga is painted by the experienced artists.
Availability: This Setrap 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 Setrap 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.