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The Wheel of Transmigration (Tibetan Buddhist)

The Wheel of Transmigration (Tibetan Buddhist)
This beautiful gold-on black-painting depicts in remarkable detail The Wheel of Transmigration, also known as the Wheel of Life, The Wheel of Samsara, or the Bhavacakra. This sacred image represents the eternal cycle of life and death, including the cycle of reincarnation which all of humanity is born into. It is this repeating cycle which the Buddha taught us we can escape from using the noble eight-fold path in order to reach Nirvana. The eight components of this path are right view, right resolve, right speech, right conduct, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and samadhi, or meditative absorption.

Exotic India is proud to present this Tibetan Thangka Painting of The Wheel of Transmigration as a single, exclusive item. The great demon Mara represents impermanence and holds the wheel of transmigration in his 4 hands representing birth, life sickness, and death. He has a third eye, signifying he is enlightened as to the nature of his impermanence and stands on a tiger skin representing fear. In the center-most circle lie a rooster, snake, and pig, representing the three poisons of ignorance, anger and greed. Karma is represented just outside this circle with its cycle of life and death. Proceeding outward ,the bulk of the wheel contains the six realms of samsara including the bottom realms of Hell Realm, the Hungry Ghost Realm, and Animal Realm, with the top three realms of Human Realm Demi-god Realm, and Deva Realm. Order your Wheel of Transmigration today and remain mindful of the ancient cycle humanity must strive to escape from.

Item Code: TC42
Tibetan Thangka Painting
Size of Painted Surface 14.5 inch X 19.5 inch
Size with Brocade 24 inch X 35 inch

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