Tangka Buddha Samantabhadra with consort
Considered a primordial Buddha, always representing a blue color, it represents the spaciousness of the mind. His white consort, Samantabhadri represents the aspect of clarity and brightness of the mind. Together they represent the clear light of the mind. Its nakedness represents the absence of characteristics, forms and color of the essence of the mind, of the Base, called in the Dzogchen "primordial Purity". He also represents emptiness from veils and illusions. He, like the nature of the mind, is unborn, uncreated and indestructible
Painted on brocade, finish with metal knobs.
Size: 68 x 84