Hand painted on cotton canvas by master thangka artists located in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.
Painted colour has been made by crush stone and vegetable pigments with gold detail.
Cotton canvas art allows to be mounted in western-style frame or set in coloured brocade in traditional style (contact us at email@example.com for further information on brocade setting).
Maha Cundi Bodhisattva also་known as the Mother of Seventy Million (Buddhas).
She is one form of Avalokitesvara or Chenrezig (Tibetan) and is in the seated position with 18 arms which symbolize the many skillful means of Tantra.
She is the source of all the Buddhas of past, present and future and has unimaginable blessing power. Cundi is attended by two dragons (naga) kings who stand guard by her lotus throne. These two dragon kings are Nanda and Upananda. Devotees pray to Maha Cundi Bodhisattva for protection from all kinds of harm.
Kindly note: Traditional thangka artists do not sign their name on their completed work.
By not doing so, it is a symbol of humility and reluctance to take any merit for the work that they created. Preferably, the artwork is considered as a tribute to the dharma and the deity they create.
Please be aware of the misconception that thangka art is worth more when signed by the artist.