Tibetan Applique

Tibetan Applique

Tibetan Applique Group Photo

Group Photo with HE Gyalwa Karmapa at Gyuto Monastery in 2012

Tibetan Applique

Tibetan Applique

The most famous Tibetan brocade appliqué is called ‘Gos-ku’ (fabric images)

The Tibetan painting of Lord Buddha was first started in Tibet during the reign of King Songtsen Gampo (630 AD) Many of the religious paintings in Tibet are in the form of Thangka. It is a portable scroll banner, which depicts a religious art form and used as a valuable medium through which Buddhist ideals are expressed. The practitioners reflect and meditate on them in order to improve his or her spiritual well being. It is considered as a sacred object and not just a decorative art object.