Zorig Thangka Gallery Pvt.Ltd
Thangka art is art produced at this present point in time or art produced since ancient time. The definition of the word contemporary would support the first view, but museums of thangka art commonly define their collections as consisting of art produced since the Buddha's birth and before.
Ever since the Buddhism rooted in Tibet, the tradition of depicting Thangka might have been prevalent around in the area where Buddhism spread. Throughout the 10th century and into the following centuries, tantric Buddism was gradually being developed in Tibet.
The tradition & the advent of Thangka or thanka painting started in Tibet and is not confined only within Tibet and Tibetan community but those who adopted the Tibetan Buddhism learnt this art so Tamangs, Sherpas ,Thakalis, Yolmos, Manangeys, and Newars use these concepts. In accordance with the religious culture, the Thangka to be kept at the worship room sanctifies with holy water muttering mantras to enliven thangka mystic power and puts kada (a two feet long silk cloth) on it. The devotee bows his /her head before it at the time of worship specially in the morning time. Almost people never consider the thangka as an object of decoration. By worship of Tara (dolma) goddess results lucrative for the business and as well as the (wrathful diety). Dharmapala protects from the hazardous, calamity, subduing enemies, every accident and fulfilling ones desire in believed with empty heart.