Mandala Painting – Dharmapala (Vajrakaliya)
Size approx. : Width 63cm x Length 105cm
Mandala – Dharmapala (Vajrakaliya) – Buddha (05) with its amazing power is available now. Hand-made painting on Canvas found in a sacred Buddhist temple. Learn more. This unique mandala was created by one of the most famous Tibetan Buddhist monks, Jamyang Kyi Nyina, who held a series of important teachings here over many years. His spiritual master Gampopa had founded the Jonang school of Tibetan Buddhism in the 11th century A.D. Jonang monks reinterpreted many aspects of vows and practice to allow them to remain celibate without being considered non-Buddhist monks…
This artwork is a hand painted Mandala – Dharmapala (Vajrakaliya) Painting. It features three colors : Black, White and Red, and is created by using a traditional Buddhist technique called “Gouache”. The painting is colorful and vibrant and the meaning of it symbolises unity of all the six realms of existence (physical and spiritual).
The Mandala – Dharmapala (Vajrakaliya) is the representation of the universe and the spiritual journey to enlightenment. It is a sacred symbol used in Hinduism and Buddhism as well as other religions around the world. The circle represents the infinite power of the universe and the balance between good and evil. The dragon is also a symbol of divine energy because it has the ability to fly in space without wings. The two dragons represent yin and yang, which are opposite forces that are complementary but different at the same time, like day and night.
The artwork is beautiful to look at and has a deep meaning. It can be used as an inspiration to live in harmony with ourselves, nature, and the universe. The mandala is a circular artwork that represents the universe. It has four sides representing different seasons and directions. The circle in itself symbolises eternity, and it is believed that the circle depicts infinity.