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  1. A 13th century Tibetan thangka painting of Green Tara, artist unknown. A thangka (also called tangka, thanka, tanka, or Tibetan scroll painting) is a classical and stylised form of Nepalese and Tibetan painting, consisting of a painted picture panel surrounded by a textile mantle that is supported by scroll sticks and overlain with a silk cover.
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  3. Tanka definition is - an unrhymed Japanese verse form of five lines containing five, seven, five, seven, and seven syllables respectively; also: a poem in this form.
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  5. Tanka an ancient genre of Japanese poetry. The tanka is a graceful unrhymed five-line poem consisting of 31 syllables, divided into lines of 5–7–5–7–7 syllables. The tanka were generally nature or love lyrics, courtly panegyrics, or poems about the parting of lovers or the transient nature of life. Most of the poems in the Manyoshu anthology.
  6. Tanka definition, a Japanese poem consisting of 31 syllables in 5 lines, with 5 syllables in the first and third lines and 7 in the others. See more.
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