Silk brocading is a process of framing a Thangka in traditional Tibetan style. The frame is made of beautiful silk fabric having rich colors and patterns. The silk fabric protects the edges of the Thangka, and also makes it easier to hang. A thin silk cover protects the painting when rolled, and may be gathered up to display the painting when hung on the wall. It is generally thought that silk brocade renders a Thangka more attractive and more religious.
Avalokiteshvara Thangka painting represents the Bodhisattva of Compassion. In total, he has one thousand hands and is in white color. His upper hands hold prayer beads and a lotus; the lower ones, poised in a hand gesture of prayer, clasp the wish-fulfilling jewel at his heart. Avalokiteshvara is said to embody love, kindness, and compassion for all beings. It is believed that Avalokiteshvara as vowing to never rest until he had freed all sentient beings from samsara.
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