Thangka is painted on cotton or silk fabric generally depicting Buddhism. They are traditionally kept unframed and rolled up when not on display. It contains silk cover on the front. Thangkas can last for a long time, but because of their delicate nature. They must be kept in dry places where moisture will not affect the quality of the silk. Our Thangkas are highly demanded by the art lovers. People also use Thangkas for decoration. Our thangka (Thangka, Unique art, best price thangka, Nepalese art) are made in Nepal by professional artist.
Traditionally, thangka paintings are not only valued for their aesthetic beauty, but primarily for their use as aids in meditational practices. Practitioners use thangkas to develop a clear visualization of a deity, strengthening their concentration, and forging a link between themselves and the deity. Historically, thangkas were also used as teaching tools to convey the lives of various masters. A teacher or lama would travel around giving talks on dharma, carrying with him large thangka scrolls to illustrate his stories.
The sacred art of thangka painting dates to the 7th century. Originating in Nepal, it evolved into several schools of painting. Dajoovae’s thangka (Thangka, Unique art, best price thangka, Nepalese art), which is characterized by life-like colors and a focus on a central figure surrounded by significant events or people in his life.