Thangkas are canvas-painted, rolled-up images what help you to get over in various troubles and sink into the meditation. They can depict various buddhas, bodhisattvas, peaceful and wrathful deities, teachers, mandalas, and the life of the Buddha. Pillars of consciousness that always remind the Buddhist practitioner of the their own buddha nature.
My first encountered with thangka painting when I was 13 years old. I practiced in a self-taught way from 2015, and then in 2019 I had the opportunity to learn from a master in Dhamashala. For me, it is not just about the passion of creation, but about exploring and understanding the symbols of Tibetan Buddhism so that the Doctrine of Buddhism can unfold through artistic creation and it can reach others as well.