Thangka is a traditional form of art from Tibet and Nepal and means "scroll painting" in Tibetan. These works of art are typically mounted on scrolls and displayed in temples, monasteries, and homes. Thangkas depict a wide range of subjects, including religious deities, spiritual masters, and important Buddhist events. Tibetan art prints are used as aids in meditation and as teaching tools to help people understand the principles of Buddhism.
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