The 8 Lucky Signs: Thangka Painting by Krishna Tashi Palmo

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Size : Small
Dimensions : H-17 W-9 inches
Medium : Natural Colors on Canvas

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Skilled artist Krishna Tashi Palmo's Thangka Painting unveils a profound world of symbolism and spirituality. Each element in this exquisite artwork holds a unique significance, contributing to a rich tapestry of Buddhist teachings. The Endless Knot, a mesmerizing visual paradox, signifies the eternal cycle of life and enlightenment. The Lotus, a symbol of purity, parallels the spiritual journey from the muddy depths of samsara to the radiant bloom of enlightenment. The Treasure Vase overflows with blessings of health, wealth, and prosperity. The White Conch Shell resonates with the melodious wisdom of the Dharma. Golden Fishes embody release from samsara's suffering, while the Parasol offers protection and regal grace. The Victory Banner celebrates the triumph of positive teachings over negativity, and the Golden Wheel illustrates the Noble Eightfold Path. Palmo's meticulous brushwork invites delve into this spiritual piece, a reminder of the profound wisdom underlying the Thangka tradition.

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Krishna Tashi Palmo

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Krishna, a shining example of determination and resilience, has carved a unique path as one of the few women Thangka artists. Her journey in Thangka art is a testament to discipline and unwavering perseverance, echoing with the spirit of breaking down boundaries.

Despite facing physical challenges, having been affected by polio in both legs, Krishna's indomitable spirit shines through with an ever-present smile. Her artistry transcends her physical limitations. Her dedication to her craft led her to the Tibetan traditional art school in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul Spiti district, where she honed her skills from 2006 to 2012.

From a young age, Krishna dreamt of being an artist, and this dream propelled her forward, even when the odds seemed stacked against her. In a class of 350 students, where the prevailing belief was that women could not practice Thangka art, Krishna stood out as one of the four aspiring female artists.

Yet, her love for art knows no bounds. Beyond pursuing her own artistic journey, Krishna generously shares her knowledge and passion by teaching children at a local NGO in her town. Her aspirations extend far beyond her personal success; she yearns to create an identity for herself and to transcend the boundaries of gender in the art world. 

Art Form

Thangka art

Thangka paintings are closely connected to Buddhism based on Buddha's life and this teachings- every Thangka painting can be linked to the Buddha's thoughts and teachings. It literally means a painting that can be rolled up. Thangka's are meditative tools that personify and represent the qualities of the Gods and Goddesses painted in the Thangka. These paintings are made on cotton or silk canvases and use natural colours and also use Precious metals like Gold, Silver and Turquoise for these colours and every painting takes months to make. 

Product Details

The 8 Lucky Signs: Thangka Painting by Krishna Tashi Palmo
Krishna Tashi Palmo
Art Style
Thangka Art
Natural Colors
17 in(H) X 9 in(W)
Folk Art
Blue, Pink, Red, Green
Country of Origin
Himachal Pradesh, India
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