THANGKAS: CHARITABLE DONATION SCHEME
These Thangkas are not for sale, but will be given to individuals and organisations who support by donation The Dharma
Fellowship Hermitage Meditation Retreat on Denman Island, Canada, or the sponsorship programs for Tibetan refugee children and monks administered by the Dharma Fellowship.
If you would like to know more about this donation scheme and receiving a Thangka please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The donor may choose a Thangka from the catalogue presented on these pages. Each Thangka is being offered in three sizes/edition lengths:
||$2500 or more
||$500 or more
||$150 or more
To find out more about the Hermitage and to make a donation please visit www.dharmafellowship.org
To find out more about their work and get involved with sponsorship please visit www.dharmafellowship.org/charitablework
Release of Edition: 17 June 2006
Medium: Limited Edition Giclée Prints
Material: Matte UV-protected Canvas or Watercolour Rag Paper, UltraChrome Ink
Markings: Embossed with the Mima Publishers stamp and numbered
detail of max. size at 1:1
White in color, with one face and two hands holds in the right an upright gold vajra to the heart and with the left, held at the hip, an upturned bell with a vajra handle. Adorned with a crown of gold and jewels, earrings and various ornaments he wears a long green scarf, gold dotted orange silks as a lower garment and sits with the back swaying slightly to the left. In the lap is the consort Vajradhatu-ishvari (Tib.: dor je ying wang chug ma, also known as dor je nye ma, Skt.: Vajra Garvi). With one face gazing upward and two hands, she embraces the Lord with the legs entwined, mostly naked, adorned only with gold and jewel ornaments. Both are seated on a moon disc above a multicolored lotus blossom throne. The faces are framed by a dark green areola and below - filaments of gold on a background of blue radiate from the body to form a yellow nimbus sphere.
At the top center is the primordial Dharmakaya Buddha, Samantabhadra, embraced by the dark blue consort Samantabhadri.
"To the divine illusion of the clear light of pristine awareness blazing with the glorious complete marks and examples of the spontaneous three bodies of perfect buddhahood; to Vajrasattva I bow." (Nyingma liturgical text).
Notes by Bhikshu Karma Tinley, who gratefully acknowledges the Himalayan Art Library.
[ 17"x24" Enlargement ]