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Minerals on handmade canvas

52cm x 76cm







Dorje Sempa is the incarnation is the incarnation Buddha of King Samantabhadra, who embodies various deities to teach sentient beings. Dorje Sempa is a sign of purity of the soul, a deity that purifies karma.


Dorji is not only a strong weapon, it symbolizes the solidity and immutability of Buddhist doctrines.

The dril-bu (bell) and dorje (scepter) are indispensable liturgical instruments used during Tibetan Buddhist ritual recitation. There are various patterns on the bell, and the pattern on the upper half is a circle of lotus flowers, representing the lotus seat for practice. The handle of the bell also has the shape of a Buddha head, and there is a metal bell tongue in the middle of the body. The opening part of the dharma bell represents wisdom, a female symbol, while the bell tongue refers to the "sound of emptiness", which is hung on the ring engraved with dharma. The bell often has the deep meaning of alarming and alertness. The outer ring of the bell represents the mandala on the outer layer of the mandala. It surrounds a 16-fold vajra or horizontal or vertical, which symbolizes the "diamond fence" and is an inviolable protection circle in the mandala. The three-layer protection circle can protect the mandala from fires, earthquakes, and floods respectively, and symbolically represents the elimination of the "three poisons" of greed, hatred, and delusion.

The artist used the traditional way of making thangka canvas and used stones to brush flat cotton cloth and precious mineral pigments.

The artist hopes that this painting will achieve the awakened essence through meditation


Cotton cloth, deer glue, real gold, sterling silver, pearls, margarine, charcoal, red silk stone, cinnabar

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