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thangka

thang·ka

or tan·ka  (täng′kə)
n.
A Tibetan religious painting on fabric, usually portraying the Buddha or lamas in stereotyped aspects.

[Tibetan thaṅka, something rolled up.]

thangka

(ˈθæŋkə)
n
(Buddhism) (in Tibetan Buddhism) a religious painting on a scroll
[from Tibetan]
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