I just found a Thanka painting of Vajrasattva by Tseden Namgyal. I like this Thanka very much that's why i would like to share with you. Hope you may like this Thanka. You can view this Thanka and other in online catalogue at Torana House website. This catalogue from a Torana exhibition held during 2007 about Contemporary Thangka Painting Masters from Tibet and Nepal
Vajrasattva by Tseden Namgyal

Mineral pigments and gold. painted on 2005. Size 43x33cm
About Tseden Namgyal:
Tseden Namgyal is one of Lhasa’s best known contemporary thangka painters. He has received a considerable degree of official recognition in recent years with shows in the United States as well as China and his works have appeared in numerous publications, most recently in an eight-page article in “Tibet” magazine. He has outstanding mastery of the form, which is particularly clear in the perfectly proportioned faces of his figures. One of his specialties is finely worked gilding, using a variety of techniques to produce contrasting finishes using gold foil and gold paint, as in this small painting.

The subject of this painting is Vajrasattva, who is an important god in Tantric Buddhism who stands at the head of one of the “clans” of Buddhas (that of Aksobhya). He is often portrayed at the top of thangka paintings of Buddhas and other figures from this group, where he is regarded as the originating deity who manifests the other forms.

Vajrasattva holds the bell (drilbu) and thunderbolt (dorje), the two symbols together representing the union of wisdom and compassion. He sits on a lotus throne, surrounded by peonies and precious offerings.
See Online Catalogue at Torana House website

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I have just made a slide Show for Vajra guru Mantra

This post is a slide show with Vajra guru Mantra. If you like to read about Mantra of Vajra Guru Rimpoche Seven-Line Prayer.

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We just bring New Bangle and Rings With Mantra Om mani Padme Hum , Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha (Tara Mantra ) and Om Namo Shivaye (Shiva Mantra)


See "Tara Mantra" by Ani Choying Drolma (Dolma)

OM represents Tara's sacred body, speech and mind.
TARE means liberating from all discontent.
TUTTARE means liberating from the eight fears, the external dangers, but mainly from the internal dangers, the delusions.
TURE means liberating from duality; it shows the true cessation of confusion.
SOHA means "may the meaning of the mantra take root in my mind."

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In Tibet, the Nyingmapa recite "Vajra Seven-Line Prayer to Guru Rinpoche" three times before reciting any other prayers, doing any meditation, or performing any ceremony. Many devotees repeat it hundreds of thousands of times, reciting it during all their waking hours, making it as their main prayer, breathing, life, and contemplation. I recommend book White Lotus: An Explanation of the Seven-line Prayer to Guru Padmasambhava, by Jamgon Mipham (Author), Padmakara Translation Group (Translator).
Read How to Chants 7 line Vajra guru Mantra at my other blog at Seven-Line Prayer to Guru Rimpoche

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In Tibet's mystery medicine books, Dzi Beads are described to heal illnesses, particularly blood-related diseases and will protect a person from ill-willed enemies and from their evil curses.
Dzi Beads has been around for 2000 to 2500 years. Ancient and pure dzi beads of Tibet are extremely precious and rare. Mostly Beads selling in markets are New Beads Compare to the ANCIENT TIBETAN.

If you Planing to own a Real dzi beads, I recommend you to read this post BEFORE BUYING DZI BEADS(ดี ซี ไอ) หินทิเบต. If you planing to buy Just simple Dzi Beads with the price that you can afford, that's ok .But If you like to be a serious Dzi Collector Then You Must read simple Tips about HOW TO KNOW REAL OLD DZI BEADS.

If you have not read Meanings of Dzi Beads in my previous post, you may enjoy this post to know short meanings of Dzi Beads design. Other Readers Who know meaning or have read before might be enjoy this post again because i have made Dzibeads meaning Cards to describe each design with Picture of Very fine Dzi beads . Which you can direct save in your computer. I try to make all design meaning Card (Still i am working on it.) So lets See Some Cards which is finished .

This is just Some Disign simple cards If you to know Some More About Tibetan Dzibeads meanings and more information write in a comments , Thanks

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