Thang-ka. 18th century.

Thang-ka. 18th century.

Thang-ka. 18th century.

Thang-ka.  18th century.
Thang-ka.  18th century.
Thang-ka.  18th century.
Thang-ka.  18th century.
Thang-ka.  18th century.
Thang-ka.  18th century.
Reference 34
Height
119 cm
Width
76 cm
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The Thang-ka represents the goddess  Avalokitesvara, incarnation of compassion and mercy, declared the principal qualities in Buddhism. Her thousand arms help her to fight against the evil, her thousand eyes allow her to see everything.

In Indian Buddhism, the goddess is related to a woman called Tara. In China, she is venerated as Guanyin or Kuan Yin, the both identities (male and female) of Bodhisattva.

18th century.

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Reference 34
Height
119 cm
Width
76 cm

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