Yaman Taka

Yaman Taka

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( 110 x 150 cm )

Yaman is the messenger or god of death and the judge of men. He is represented as a green colored man, clothed in red garments and wearing a crown.

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Yaman is the messenger or god of death and the judge of men. He is represented as a green colored man, clothed in red garments and wearing a crown. He wears a flower on his head. He carries a mace in one hand and a noose in the other for catching his victims. He is sometimes shown as having four arms and sometimes two. His mount is a black buffalo. God of Death also known as Yamantaka in Tibetan monastery. Yamantaka is a fierce aspect of the Bodhisattva Manjushri. He is surrounded by its manifestations. The painting portrays the Yamakata in the central part of the frame. Yamantaka has seven heads and is surrounded by its manifestation.

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    Colleen Kim

    I am very satisfied with this purchase! It looks exactly like it does in the picture. The material is very good and artistic to keep in my room and the description was accurate, so happy with this!

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