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Tibetthank.com is owned by one of the most reputed thanka producers in Nepal i.e. Everest Thanka Treasures and is an online thanka art gallery for all kinds of thankas like Tibetan Thankas, Newari Thankas & Japanese Thankas. We offer original thankas based on traditional art.

Everest Thanka Treasures is the manufacturer ; wholeseller & distributor of the finest thankas in Nepal. We have been selling varieties of thankas all over the world. We are located in Thamel, a touristic city of Nepal.

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# The Tibetan vision of Amitabha is the Buddha of Boundless light,Sukhavati the Blissful
   which is also called the Pure Land.

# Amitabha Buddha, who is also called Amita or Amida Buddha, probably is the best known
   ancient Buddha of among the Dhyani Buddhas.

# In long-time ago, Amitabha was a king who renounced his kingdom to become a monk called
   Dharmakara Bodhisattva. The monk  was practiced diligently for five eons(an immeasurably long period of time)
   and realized enlightenment and became a buddha.

# He is seated in a meditative posture on a luscious pink lotus with a pale green cushion on a moon disc.

# Palms of two hands  are rested on the lap facing upward , touching two thumbs with each other which
   holds a medicant's bowl ,filled with elixir(a sweet flavoured liquid) food.

# His red body symbolises the fires of desire.

# When depicted as Amitabha, he is depicted as simple monk's clothing.

# He represents the unity of wisdom and mercy.

# His symbol is a lotus which represents purity and the gentleness.

# He is known as "The Buddha of Infinite light".

# He represents the cosmic element of "Sanjana" (name). His vehicle is the peacock.

# When represented on the stupa, he always faces toward west.

# He is worshiped thinking that one can have salvation(saving from evil). Sometimes he holds a Patra on the same posture.

# Consequently, the name is to be interpreted as "he who possesses light without bound, he whose splendor is infinite."