Machik Lhabdron Thangka
Machig Labdrön was an 11th century Tibetan yogini whose teachings and practices of Chöd (literally “severance” or “cutting through”) have profoundly influenced all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. She was unique in being both a woman and Tibetan, diverging from the traditional norm of male, Indian Buddhist masters. Her life is an inspiring story of a committed practitioner, at-times beggar woman, brilliant teacher, mother and lineage founder.
Beautiful and detail hand painted thangka of Machik Labdron.
. Black background with gold paint
. Cotton Canvas with natural pigment & Gold leaf
. Size of the Canvas: 14.5" by 11"
. Size with Brocade: 34.5" by 22
. Hand painted in Nepal