Kuntuzangpo Yab Yum Print Thangka - 38" x 23"

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Beautiful print thangka - this image was hand-selected in Nepal by Tulku Tadral Rinpoche and the brocade was added by traditional craftsman to his specifications.

Kuntuzangpo (Samantabhadra) is the "Primordial Buddha," our true nature, the state of the Ground.  According to Sogyal Rinpoche, he represents the "absolute, naked, sky-like primordial purity of the nature of our mind."  He is shown in the vast expanse of space, encircled in rainbow light, and seated in yab yum with consort Kuntuzangmo (Samantabhadri).  In Tibetan and Sanskirt, his name is "always good," "always well," or "unchanging goodness," signifying that unchanging goodness, or fundamental goodness, is our ultimate nature.

This thangka is a beautiful addition to your home or shrine, and supports your meditation practice on the fundamental nature of mind.

Image measures 15.5" high by 11.25" wide

Overall brocade measures 38" high by 23.25" wide; wooden dowel measures 27"



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