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Buddha Shakyamuni w/ Sariputra, Maudgalyayana & 5 Disciples Poster

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Buddha Shakyamuni w/ Sariputra, Maudgalyayana & 5 Disciples Poster
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Museum-quality printed Buddha Shakyamuni poster made on thick and durable matte paper. This beautiful poster is a picture of a Tibetan thangka depicting Shakyamuni Buddha སངས་རྒྱས་ཤཱཀྱ་ཐུབ་པ (aka Gautama Buddhasitting on a lotus platform in front of a Bodhi tree. The Buddha is seated with his right hand in earth-touching bhumisparsa mudra and with an alms bowl filled with nectar in his left hand. His two principal disciples, Sariputra ཤཱ་རིའི་བུ། and Maudgalyayana མོའུ་འགལ་གྱི་བུ།, stand to his sides and each holds a khakkhara staff in the right hand and a black alms bowl in the left. Sitting in front of the Buddha are his five first disciples (bhadravargīya) - Kaundinya ཀུན་ཤེས་ཀཽཎ་ཌི་ཉ་, Bhadrika བཟང་ལྡན་, Vashpa རླངས་པ་, Mahanaman མིང་ཆེན་ and Ashvajit རྟ་ཐུལ་.

Posters sizes are in inches. 12x16 inches = approx. 30.5x40.6 centimetres | 16x20 inches = approx. 40.6x50 centimetres | 18x24 inches = approx. 45x63.5 centimetres

 

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%

Traditional. Precious. Masterpiece.

We aspire to create sublime artworks. Each painting is meticulously painted by a local artist in a process that takes many days up to many months. We use traditional methods, tools and paints to produce beautiful Buddhist art that shows our deep reverence to the Dharma.

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We offer a selection of beautiful traditional silk brocades for our thangka paintings and mandalas with different patterns and colorful decors. 

There are two main types of brocades styles: Indian style brocades, also known as Banarasi brocades, and Chinese style brocades.

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