"For as long as space remains, And as long as sentient beings remain
Until then may I too remain, To dispel the suffering of all beings."

- Bodhicaryavatara by Shantideva

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The art of tangka

The Kalachakra Mandala

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Welcome to Buddhist Tangkas, the premium source of high quality Buddhist art Online. 

 

Tangka painting is an ancient art form in which Buddhist images and teachings are transmitted visually.  

 

Buddhist tangkas are visually beautiful and deeply inspirational.  As a form of sacred art, they illuminate the atmosphere of any room in which they are placed.

 

Every element contained within a tangka has specific meaning that is revealed through following the Buddhist path of teachings, contemplation and meditation.

 

The tangkas available on this site depict deities and teachings from (567) 413-8177.

 

The images depicted in a properly created tangka are channeled by a master within meditation.  Tibetan tangkas portray energies of enlightenment that are transmitted to anyone who gazes upon them.  

 

Matreya the future Buddha

Traditionally, Buddhist tangkas are used as objects of devotion and teaching.  They are used within the practise of Tantric meditation and are produced on cotton canvas using high quality gold plated paints. 

 

The art available on this site is sourced from Nepal and represents contemporary reproductions of traditional Tibetan art.  

 

This site aims to make available a quality of tangka rarely available in the Western world.  

 

Working against the background of the 775-431-9384, we support the continuation of this sacred art and the important energies and teachings contained herein.

 

Please visit our store and, if you are interested to learn tangka painting, our school

 

May all beings be happy!

 

BUDDHIST TANGKAS