Padmasambhava, an emanation of the Buddha Amitaba, was a great yogi from the region that borders on present-day Pakistan and Afghanistan. He brought Buddhism to Tibet in the eighth century and is affectionately called Guru Rinpoche. He spent more than 55 years in Tibet, manifesting countless wonders and is highly revered by all the schools of Tibetan Buddhism, and especially by the Nyingma.
Hand-painted on cloth by Nepali-Tibetan artists in Kathmandu, Nepal using traditional painting techniques and materials with significant gold accents.
The size of the image is approximately 10 x 12 inch (26 x 30cm) and with the brocade is 31 x 21 inch (79 x 53 cm) approximately.
Thangkas may have minor variations on painting and color details due to individual artist work.