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Drip God 01 - Milarepa

Drip God 01 - Milarepa

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A beautiful tapestry sweater with one of the earliest depictions of Milarepa, a Tibetan Yogi known for his transformation from committing evil deeds to a student of Buddhism and promoter of good Karma. 

Size Chart (Inches):



Chest (1/2)




Small 17.5 21.9 26 24.8 10.4
Medium 18.3 22.6 26.6 25.2 10.8
Large 19.1 23.4 27.2 25.6 11.2
XL 19.9 24.2 27.8 26 11.6
XXL 20.7 25 28.3 26.4 12

About the Artwork:
Milarepa (1040–1123) was a beloved Tibetan singer-poet, mystic, teacher, and saint whose name means “cotton-clad,” is usually shown clothed in thin white cotton and cupping a hand to his ear—a gesture typical of singers in India and the Himalayas—to enhance his hearing while blocking out extraneous noise. Milarepa sits in a cave on Mount Kailash, which is sacred to both Buddhists and Hindus. In front of him, Lake Manasarovar (Marpam) flows by in wavy blue and green bands. Milarepa is flanked by his disciples, and his teacher, Marpa, appears in a medal-lion above him. The dazzling snow-covered peaks frame each of the central figures, and below them multicolored foothills appear as prismatic spikes refracting the sun’s rays like jewels. Along the perimeter of the thangka, the five sisters of long life ride their mounts, accompanying Milarepa wherever he preaches his doctrine. 

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