• Kubera

    Jambhala “Precious Golden Deity” Jambhala is a Bodhisattva of material and spiritual wealth as well as many other things, including the granting of financial stability.The five Jambhalas manifest from the compassion of Buddha and Bodhisattvas to guide sentient beings along the path to enlightenment. They have the essence of generosity and represent the activities of increasing merit. Their dedication is to help the poor and those suffering from misfortune. The five colors of Jambhala are yellow, black, white, green and red. The most common are the yellow and black Jambhala forms followed by the red and white forms. Mantras for the five Jambhalas: Yellow “OM JAMBHALA JALENDRAYE SVAHA” Green “OM KARMA JAMBHALA AH SVAHA” White “OM PADMA KRODHA ARYA JAMBHALA HRIDAYA HUM PHAT” Black “OM JAMBHALA JALENDRAYE BASHU DHARINI SVAHA” Red “OM JAMBHALA JALENDRAYE DHANAM MEDEHI HRIH DAKINI JAMBHALA SAMBHARA SVAHA”
  • Yogini

    Vajrayogini Vajrayogini, is a representation of complete Buddhahood in female form, whose practices are associated with the Chakrasamvara Cycle of Anuttarayoga Tantra. Vajrayoginī is a tantric deity with no counterpart in Mahāyana Buddhism. Her mantra is: oṃ vajrayoginī hūṃ phaṭ svāhā
  • Padmasambhava ‘Lotus-born’ Guru Rinpoche, the ‘Precious Master’, is the founder of Tibetan Buddhism and the Buddha of our time. Whereas Buddha is known primarily for having taught the teachings of the sutra vehicle, Padmasambhava came into this world, and to Tibet in particular, in order to teach the tantras. While Buddha Shakyamuni exemplifies the buddha principle, the most important element in the sutrayana path, Padmasambhava personifies the guru principle, the heart of Vajrayana Buddhism, and he is therefore known as the ‘second Buddha’ His mantra is: Oṃ Āḥ Hūṃ Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hūṃ
  • Green Tara

    Measurements: Length: 27" Breadth: 21" Origin: Nepal Product code: btgt79 Medium : Acrylics, gouache, pure gold and mineral pigments on cotton Quality: All the paintings are prepared is a proper manners & authentic techniques by the proficient members of our school. Delivery : The Painting will be shipped within 24 hours of order received through ARAMAX and reached to the customer within 5 to 7 business days after it is shipped. Actual color of the painting may differ due to the various depth of color in screen & monitor.
  • Chyangrasi

    Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig) "Lord who looks down" In Sanskrit, Avalokitesvara is also referred to as Padmapani "Holder of the Lotus" or Lokesvara "Lord of the World.” He is meditated on, prayed to, and evoked to bless the faithful with purity, compassion, and wisdom. His main mantra is “OM MANI PADME HUM.”
  • Shri Shmashana Adhipati “Chitipati” (Wisdom protectors) The dancing skeletons represent the impermanence of life & the physical world considered to be illusive. Primarily employed as a wealth practice, with emphasis on protecting from thieves, they also serve as the special protector for the Vajrayogini 'Naro Khechari' practice which pursues hatred, greed & delusion
  • Samantabhadra “Universal Worthy” He is depicted as a buddha, sky-blue in colour, sitting in the vast expanse of space, and encircled by an aura of rainbow light. He is completely naked, meaning unstained by any trace of concept. His name, Kuntuzangpo in Tibetan, Samantabhadra in Sanskrit, means ‘always good', ‘always well’ or ‘unchanging goodness.’ What this signifies is that unchanging goodness, or fundamental goodness, is our ultimate nature. His Mantra is: oṃ samayas tvaṃ
  • Buddha

    Shakyamuni Buddha “Historical Buddha” Modern Buddhism as we know it, originated from the teachings of this historical figure. Born as Siddartha Gautama, in south east side of Nepal ( now known as Lumbini) as a prince of the royal family of the Shakya clan, he was raised in the lap of luxury and privilege.Many years later, Siddartha attained the highest form of Enlightenment and vowed to teach the world the means to liberation. Shakyamuni Buddha showed the way that leads all beings to the experience of awakening and liberation from samsara. This demonstrates clearly his limitless compassion and loving-kindness towards all beings who are looking for liberation and freedom from the realms of samsaric existences. His mantra is “tayata om muni muni maha munaye soha.”
  • Vajrakilla

    Vajrakilaya Vajrakilaya is a wrathful & protecting form of Guru Rinpoche, his energies represent the unalterable and indestructible, which is enlightenment itself and also eliminates ignorance, greed and hatred. The practice of Vajrakilaya focuses on removing intense inner and outer obstacles to peace, happiness, and enlightenment. His Mantra is: “Om Vajra Kilikilaya Sarva Vignen Banda Hum Phat”
  • Amitayus “Buddha of Limitless Life” Amitayus is in Mahayana and Vajrayana considered another form of Buddha Amitabha, Buddha Amitayus is particularly associated with Longevity. His mantra is: oṃ amaraṇi jīvantaye svāhā