Bajrayogini acts as a meditation deity, or the yab-yum consort of such a deity, in Vajrayana Buddhism. She appears in a mandala that is visualized by the practitioner according to a sadhana describing the practice of the particular tantra.
Bajrayogini is an eldest tantric goddess. The goddesses have three forms. In one form her head is absent and carries it in her hand. In another form, her head is intact. The former form is similar in appearance to the Hindu goddesses Chhinamasta. She is always attended by two yoginis on either side of her. Appearing in yellow color, she carries her own head in her left hand and Katari in her right hand. Stretching the .