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  • Cundi Thangka Painting
    ( 38 x 53 cm )

    From $149,00

    Cundi is a bodhisattva venerated in the Mahayana Buddhism and is also known as a Bhagavati, or “mother of buddhas”.

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  • Lokeshwor Thangka Painting
    ( 46 x 61 cm )

    From $209,00

    Avalokiteswara is the root form of the Bodhisattva commonly known as Lokeshwor in Nepal and India, Kuanyin in China and Kannon in Japan is one of the 108 forms of lokeshwor.

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  • Vajrapani
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $199,00

    Vajrapani is the protector and guide of Buddha Shakyamuni and symbolizes the Buddha’s power. The warth of vajrapani is not ordinary anger but some wisdom-anger manifesting in its most indestructible or vajra nature, with the capacity of terrifying all the

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  • Two Armed Mahakala
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $199,00

    The two-armed “Black-Cloaked Mahakala” is a protector of the Karma Kagyu school clad in the cloak of a māntrika “warlock”. His imagery derives from terma of the Nyingma school and was adopted by the Karma Kagyu during the time

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  • The Swift-acting Six-armed Mahakala
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $199,00

    The Swift-acting Six-armed Awareness Protector, the special protector of the Shangpa Kagyu tradition and its followers, commonly known as the Six-armed Mahakala, a wrathful emanation of the Great Compassionate One, Arya Avalokiteshvara, a Dharmapala whose transmission originated with the

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  • Four Armed Mahakala
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $199,00

    Mahakala looks wrathful and is bedecked with serpents. He wears a garland of severed heads and a crown of five skulls, which represents five poisons of delusions namely lust, hatred, ignorance, pride and jealousy transformed into the wisdom of

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  • The Lord of Death Vajrabhairava
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $199,00

    Yamantaka or Vajrabhairava is the “lord of death” deity of Vajrayana Buddhism.Sometimes he is conceptualized as “conqueror of death”.He belongs to the Anuttarayoga Tantra class popular deity within the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism.

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  • The Lord of Death Yamantaka
    ( 45 x 58 cm )

    From $189,00

    In his name, Yamantaka, contains the name “Yama”, the Lord of Death although when combined with “antaka” it actually means the “Destroyer of Death”.

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  • Red Tara – KuruKulla
    ( 38 x 50 cm )

    From $139,00

    One Buddhist Dakini originating from the country of Uddiyana is the goddess Kurukulla. The name Kurukulla is translated into Tibetan as Rigjyedma (rig-byed-ma), “she who is the cause knowledge.” She is associated with a king of Uddiyana named Indrabhuti.

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