Akshobya Buddha Thangka
Akshobhya Buddha is one of the Dyani Buddha, he represents consciousness as an aspect of reality. Akshobhya was a monk who vowed never to feel anger or disgust toward another being. He was immovable in keeping this vow. After striving for a long period, he became a Buddha.
Akshobhya is a heavenly Buddha who reigns over the Eastern paradise, Abhirati. Those who fulfill Akshobhya's vow are reborn in Abhirati and cannot fall back into lower states of consciousness.
It's important to note that the directional 'paradises' are understood to be a state of mind, not physical places.
Beautiful hand painted Thangka of Akshobhya Buddha in Nepal with fine quality silk brocade.
Size of the Canvas: 10.5" by 14"
Size of the thangka with brocade: 20" by 33"
Canvas Size: 11 X 14"
Size with Brocade: 22 X 35"