Chakrasamvara thangka

Chakrasamvara thangka
Size 38x51cm picture, 62×107 with brocade fame
The name Chakrasamvara means Supreme Bliss of the Wheel.
The central deity of the mandala, Sa?vara, is a form of Heruka (semui wrathful guardian figure), one of the principal yidam or meditational deities of Tibetan Buddhism.

Sa?vara is typically depicted with a blue-coloured body, four faces, and twelve arms, and embracing his consort, the wisdom dakini Vajrav?r?h? in Yab-Yum.

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Chakrasamvara thangka
Size 38x51cm picture, 62×107 with brocade fame
The name Chakrasamvara means Supreme Bliss of the Wheel.
The central deity of the mandala, Sa?vara, is a form of Heruka (semui wrathful guardian figure), one of the principal yidam or meditational deities of Tibetan Buddhism.

Sa?vara is typically depicted with a blue-coloured body, four faces, and twelve arms, and embracing his consort, the wisdom dakini Vajrav?r?h? in Yab-Yum.