Thangka depicting Guardian King Dhritarastra (Western King)


 
  • T1105-018
  • Thangka depicting Guardian King Dhritarastra (Western King)
  • Tibet
  • Contemporary
  • Silk
  • Image: 20.50'' W x 33.25'' H
  • $2195
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  • First and foremost, thangkas are works of religious art related to Tibetan Buddhism. Thangkas fall loosely into four categories: 1) they portray Buddha and scenes... Read more
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  • One of four Guardian Kings. Often found at entrance or hallway of monastery & believed to be mongolian origin. Protect four cardinal directions. Usually red in color and carrying a thunderbolt.
T1105-018 – Thangka depicting Guardian King Dhritarastra (Western King)
 
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