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Nevari is the term for the architecture and aesthetics of the Neva people of Nepal. Inhabitants of the Kathmandu valley, the Neva people are known for their love of well-defined lines and solid, statement colors. The thangka that you see on this page is atypical of the Nevari aesthetic. It depicts the seated Shakyamuniv in the bhoomisparsha stance.
Gautama Buddha is clad in a peach-colored low-wound dhoti whose hems are bare till the mid-foreleg. It reveals the smooth gold of the complexion of His body. The same is defined by sharp, stately curves. The crown and adornments of Siddhartha Gautama are characterised by intricate jewel-work, which is a staple of the Nevari aesthetic.
The back of the Buddha’s throne is predominated by rich tones of crimson. A network of the dense vine in pale gold color along the upper edge, and a colorful facial motif resembling Kirtimukha. The solid-colored background in deep Prussian blue and the multicolored lotus petals along the front of the throne are hallmarks of the authentic Nevari thangka.
Nevari Style Shakyamuni-Thangka Painting: