Yamantaka Solitary Hero Thangka Print

Yamantaka Solitary Hero Thangka Print

SKU: 81002187

Yamantaka Solitary Hero Thangka Print

SKU: 81002187
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A high-quality thangka print of Yamantaka, the wrathful form of Manjushri, who destroys our ignorance and dualistic convention, the cause of all suffering. Keeping his image and making offerings or prayers will grant great protection, the blessings of a Buddha, and create a connection to receive and benefit from his practice in the future.

Above Yamantaka is Lama Tsongkhapa, the renowned 14th century Tibetan saint and scholar. Below Yamantaka is the Dharma Protector Kalarupa, who is also a wrathful emanation of Manjushri.

  • Available in a choice of materials and sizes. 
  • As each print is made-to-order, this item will be shipped within 7-10 working days from the date of purchase.
  • The finished item may vary slightly from the listed sizes as the height and width are based on the size of the original art piece.

This thangka can be enhanced with a traditional brocade frame to increase merits and blessings. We offer thangka sewing services with a choice of fabrics in various materials and colours to suit your style and budget.

About Yamantaka

Yamantaka is a wrathful manifestation of Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of Stainless Wisdom. One of the three Kingly Tantras of the Gelug Tibetan Buddhist tradition, his practice utilises anger as a means to purify delusions. It offers a profound and quick method to achieve higher attainments, and has the potential to purify tremendous amounts of negative karma, especially those of the most heinous crimes. It also grants powerful protection against the most wrathful spirits, black magic and curses.

According to the lineage known as Solitary Hero Vajrabhairava, Yamantaka arises with 9 heads, 32 hands and 16 legs that support his short and stout body. His central head is that of a fierce buffalo and his topmost head is that of Yellow Manjushri. Each face has three large round eyes, bared fangs, frightful expressions, and brown hair flowing upward like flames. His hands hold many weapons and tantric implements, which represent the benefits and completeness of his practice as a path to full enlightenment, and his legs step upon various gods and animals.

Contrary to initial impressions, Yamantaka does not harm but instead focuses his wrath at our negative emotions and self-grasping ways. He is known as the ultimate destroyer of the Lord of Death and to behold him is to behold his ferocious compassion.

Keeping his image and making offerings to him will plant seeds of highest awakening in our mindstream and create a connection to receive his practice in the future.

A3 Canvas Print

  • Specifications: Inkjet print on canvas
  • Print Size: Height 406 mm (16-in) x Width 320 mm (12.6-in)
  • Wrapping Allowance: 51 mm (2-in)
  • Weight: 0.4 kg (0.8 lb)

Poster Canvas Print

  • Specifications: Inkjet print on canvas
  • Print Size: Height 864 mm (34-in) x Width 680 mm (26.8-in)
  • Wrapping Allowance: 76 mm (3-in)
  • Weight: 0.6 kg (1.3 lb)

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