"if the roots are deep, fear no wind"-H.H. Dalai Lama

Our History

Buddhist thangka centre was established in 1985 A.D. by a re-known artist, Hom Tamang. He learnt thagnka painting, when he was 11 years old with his father, who himself was also a famed artist. The centre has groups of well trained artist and a competent and experienced team of staff, one who has done 3 year B.A. Program on Buddhist studies from Kathmandu University. To those who are interested, he can give information on Buddhist philosophy, history and practices.

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1Introduction Thangkas are very traditional art works basically following Buddhist Philosophy. The word “Thangka” comes from an old Tibetan word and are made up of two syllabus i.e. “Thang” (Plain cotton cloth) “Ka or Ku” (Deity). So in order for a painting to be called a Thangka, it has to be done on a cotton

Healing Bowls

  “One one singing bowl is a treasure. A set of bowls that sing together is a miracle.” The singing bowls originated in the pre-Buddhist Born culture of the Himalayas often called “Tibetan” Singing bowls, are actually made in Bhutan, Nepal, India and Tibet. The bowl culture seems to date back to Bronze Age in

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“Thang” meaning cotton and “ka” meaning images together make up the Tibetan word “thangka” which literally translates to images made on cotton. Thangka paintings’...

By DAVID BATEMAN Fri., Feb. 10, 2017

KATHMANDU, NEPAL-Becoming a master Thangka painter takes almost as long as qualifying as a surgeon. Sara Enterprises’ Buddhist Thangka Centre trains artists and offers...


Our School

This centre also conducts Meditation Program and Talks on Buddhist and Thangka Painting