Practice Images to Purchase

These  are High Quality Photos of 300 dpi or more of Deities and Dharma Holders that you can use in your practice. 

These photographs are taken from Thangkas and are therefore copyright free.

Finally, the photos are in a set of a 8 by 10 inch photo which fits most common fames and a smaller 4 by 6 inch photo to include in your practice materials.

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Amitayus and Two Long Life Deities (Photo for purchase))

Amitayus is a diety connected with long life. He is very closely connected to the Buddha Amitabha and is on a lotus throne, red in color, sitting in the vajra posture, with his hands in his lap in the meditation (zen) mudra and is holding a vase of long life amrita in his lap. At the bottom are the...
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Buddha Touching the Earth (Photo for Purchase)

He is shown in the traditional pose of touching the ground with his right hand and holding his begging bowl in his left hand. When the was asked if he had reached enlightenment, he touched the ground and said "I have as the earth is my witness." He wears the traditional clothes of a monk...
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Chenrezig, 1000 Armed (Photo for purchase)

It is said that Chenrezig felt so much compassion for all the suffering in the world that his head broke into 11 pieces and he developed 1,000 arms to help all those suffering. He is depicted having 8 arms standing on a moon disk and 16 petaled lotus, with 11 heads and 1,000 arms each with an eye...
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Chenrezig Alone (Photo for Purchase)

Chenrezig also known by his Sanskrit name Avalokiteshvara is the most popular deity in Tibet. He is the deity of representing compassion and his mantra is the famous: OM MANI PEDME HUNG. The Chenrezig practice is done every night by the children attending Thrangu Rinpoche's grade school in...
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Chenrezig and Five Wisdom Buddhas (Photo to purchase)

Chenrezig also known by his Sanskrit name Avalokiteshvara is the most popular deity in Tibet. He is the deity of representing compassion and his mantra is the famous: OM MANI PEDME HUNG. The Chenrezig practice is done every night by the children attending his school in Nepal. The practice has...
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Green Tara on a Lake (Photo to purchase)

Tara is the most popular female deity in Tibet and there are actually 21 aspects to Tara. Green Tara is said to have arisen from the tears of Chenrezig. The Green Tara practice which is usually done early in the morning each of these 21 aspects are given. Green Tara is emerald green to represent...
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Guru Rinpoche with 8 Manifestations (Photo for purchase)

Guru Rinpoche (Skt. Padmasambhava) is considered the second Buddha in Tibet introduced Buddhist practice to Tibet. Guru Rinpoche had to subdue many of the local deities who were resisting conversion to Buddhism and there for is depicted as a magician with a staff with the three heads representing...
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Guru Rinpoche Alone (Photo for purchase)

Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) was considered a second Buddha in Tibet because he brought Buddhism from India to Tibet and established its first lineage--the Nyingma lineage. In this depiction Guru Rinpoche is in the mudra of the Konchog Chidu Practice on a lotus throne with his staff which...
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Guru Rinpoche and 5 Wisdom Buddhas (Photo for purchase))

Guru Rinpoche (Skt. Padmasambhava) is considered the second Buddha in Tibet introduced Buddhist practice to Tibet. Guru Rinpoche had to subdhu many of the local deities who were resisting conversion to Buddhism and there for is depicted as a magician with a staff with the three heads representing...
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Karma Kagyu Lineage Tree with Labels (Photo for purchase)

The general practice of meditation in the Vajrayana is to begin with Shamatha medittion and then Vipashyana meditation and to do the Four Common Preliminaries (the Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind) and then to do the special preliminaries called Ngöndro. It is here that one will need a mala (a...
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Karmapa (Photo for purchase)

The seventeenth Gyalwa Karmapa, Orgyen Thrinley Dorje is head of the Karma Kagyu Lineage. We have an especially nice photo of him. This set includes a 8 x 10 inch and a 4 x 6 inch high quality photo (300dpi) and free postage for $ 2.00. You can also download this image on this website for $...
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Mahakala, SixArmed (Photo for Purchase)

The deities in Tibetan Buddhism are divided into peaceful and wrathful deities. The wrathful ones are often Dharma protectors and one of the most famous dharma protector is Mahakala. Mahakala comes in many forms with the two-armed, four-armed and six-armed Mahaka being most common. Mahakala is...
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Manjushri, Deity of Wisdom (Photo to purchase)

Manjushri is the embodiment of the wisdom of all the buddhas. He is golden in color and holds a flaming sword in this right hand and a lotus flower holding a book of the Prajnaparamita teachings on emptiness in his left hand. His sword cuts through all ignorance so that the true nature of phenomena...
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Medicine Buddha Alone (Photo for purchase)

Thrangu Rinpoche says that all deities are very similar in that they devote themselves to helping sentient beings. But beings have many different propensities and karma, so the deities manifest in different forms. The Medicine Buddha looks similar to the Shakyamuni Buddha touching the ground, but...
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Naropa and Students (Photo for Purchase)

Naropa lived in India and taught at Nalanda Monastic University in the Eleventh century was approached one day while he was studying by a dakini who asked him if he understood what he was reading and when Naropa said, "yes" she became very upset and told him he should go see "her...
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Thrangu Rinpoche Shrine Photo (Photo for purchase)

This Photo of Thrangu Rinpoche was taken in 2008 by Michael Walsh. This set includes a 8 x 10 inch and a 4 x 6 inch high quality photo (300dpi) and free postage for $ 2.00. You can also download this image on this website for $ 0.50.
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Vajrasattva Alone, Deity of Purification (Photo for purchase)

Vajrasattva is the deity representing purification. He is white signifying purity and sits on a moon disk on top of a lotus throne. In his left hand is an upside down bell resting on his left thigh and in his right hand is a vajra placed at his hear level. Above his head is Amitabha because he...
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Wheel of Samsara with Buddhas (Photo for purchase)

The Wheel of Samsara is a graphical depiction of samsara with the god of death symbolically consuming all of samsara. The outer rim showing the 12 links of dependent origination, the next section showing the six realms of samsara with one of the wisdom buddhas “ruling” this realm which...
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White Tara (Photo for purchase)

Tara is connected closely to protection. Often Tibetans will prayer to Tara to protect them from violence, unjust incarceration, dangerous animals which are much more common in India, drowning in an ocean and so on. There are actually 21 taras each with a different color, family, and type of...