About us Contact us Seller Feedback Newsletter View: All Items | FAQs | Seller eCRATER World | Reviews & Guides |Home | Statues | Thangkas | Silver Jewelry | Singing Bowls | Felt Items | Lokta Paper MaterialPainted on Canvas with natural mineral colorsDimension/Size80cm W X52 cm H31.49inches W X20.47 inches HWeight Shipping Policy ships from Kathmandu, NEPALAir Waybill number will be send to you after your parcel left our warehouse. please provide your telephone number.Shipping costs cover freight charges only. There will be a charge for all refused /unclaimed shipments 0 mm Payment Information Paypal acceptedPayment must be made within 7 business daysPositive feedback will be given within24 hoursafterwe have received your payment. Combine shipping for Multiple for multiple items If you won multiple items that may ships from same location, you will be qualify for a combined shipping discount. NotePlease note that the actual colors of this item may vary due to differences in monitor color depth and make. The color shown is as close as possible to the actual colors of the item . Shipping Cost/ Versand/ Expédition ( Air Mail)CountryShipping Cost DurationGermany US$ 0.003-5 business days EuropeUS$ 0.003-5 business days USA,CAN, AUS US$ 0.003-5 business days Rest World US$ 0.003-7 business days Chenrezig MantraThangka PaintingAccording to legend, Chenrezig made a a vow that he would not rest until he had liberated all the beings in all the realms of suffering. After working diligently at this task for a very long time, he looked out and realized the immense number of miserable beings yet to be saved. Seeing this, he became despondent and his head split into thousands of pieces. Amitabha Buddha put the pieces back together as a body with very many arms and many heads, so that Chenrezig could work with myriad beings all at the same time. Sometimes Chenrezig is visualized with eleven heads, and a thousand arms fanned out around him. Chenrezig may be the most popular of all Buddhist deities, except for Buddha himself -- he is beloved throughout the Buddhist world. He is known by different names in different lands: as Avalokiteshvara in the ancient Sanskrit language of India, as Kuan-yin in China, as Kannon in Japan.As Chenrezig, he is considered the patron Bodhisattva of Tibet, and his meditation is practiced in all the great lineages of Tibetan Buddhism. The beloved king Songtsen Gampo was believed to be an emanation of Chenrezig, and some of the most respected meditation masters (lamas), like the Dalai Lamas and Karmapas, who are considered living Buddhas, are also believed to be emanations of Chenrezig.Whenever we are compassionate, or feel love for anyone, or for an animal or some part of the natural world, we experience a taste of our own natural connection with Chenrezig. Although we may not be as consistently compassionate as some of the great meditation masters, Tibetan Buddhists believe that we all share, in our basic nature, unconditional compassion and wisdom that is no different from what we see in Chenrezig and in these lamas. We might have trouble believing that we are no different than Chenrezig -- but learning about the nature of compassion, and learning about Chenrezig, repeating his mantra Om Mani Padme Hum and imagining that we would like to be like Chenrezig, pretending that we really are just like Chenrezig, we actually can become aware of increasing compassion in our lives, and ultimately, the lamas tell us, awaken as completely wise and compassionate buddhas. Shipping Partners For further information Please call us at +977-1-447 35 83 on Nepal Standard Time from Sun-Friday 10:00 AM-6:00 PMThe best way to contact us is per email, we will reply you within 8 hours.Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.