A Thangka is a traditional Tibetan Buddhist painting on cotton or silk canvas, known for its intricate details and vibrant colors. Typically depicting deities, mandalas, or spiritual scenes, Thangkas serve as visual aids for meditation and convey complex spiritual concepts. These sacred artworks are valued for their symbolism, often portraying Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, or cosmic landscapes. Thangkas play a central role in Tibetan Buddhist rituals, festivals, and homes, representing both artistic beauty and spiritual significance.

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