This is Green Tara Thangka which made on Rincheling Thangka art school, where mostly have Girls artist. which are comes from different hill are of Nepal. To make this thangka used six different artist, with different skills. so thangkas comes very good quality. To make this Thangka used cotton canvas, color is natural stone and used 24 k gold. to complete this thangka took 38 days work. in this school all artist are working 10 hours per day and before start painting all arts are doing mediation just like 15 minus in the school then start to draw, that we believe that if we draw after meditation the thangka will create peace and positive vibes. And this thangka blessed by Lama Ngwang. so to use for practice this thangka is perfect. and this thangka can used for more then 100 years. because there used only Natural color and 24 k gold.
Green Tara (Dorlma Jangku) Relaxed and at ease, is green in colour, with one face and two hands, the right hand is extended across the knee in the mudra of supreme generosity holding the stem of a lotus flower blossoming above the shoulder. The left hand is held at the heart in the mudra of blessing while holding the stem of a flower blossoming above the left shoulder. The hair is tied in a topknot with some falling loose, adorned with a crown of gold and precious jewels, earrings, necklaces and bracelets, she wears flowing silks and a lower garment of various colours. In a relaxed posture with the right leg extended, the foot resting on a lotus cushion, the left drawn up, she sits on a moon disc and multi-coloured lotus seat atop a square throne. Here she has been rendered in gold paint as an offering. With a jewel studded nimbus and areola she is surrounded by flower blossoms and green leaves. At the front a small table holds wishing jewels and precious objects of offering