Yama is a Tantric Buddhist. Yama is called as wisdom deity and protector of the Method Class (father) of Anuttaryoga Tantra specifically used by those engaged in the practices of the Vajrabhairava Tantra. This practice is found in all of the Sarma Schools (Sakya, Kagyu, Gelug, etc.) however the Gelugpa Tradition hold Yama Dharmaraja in a special regard as one of their three main religious protectors along with the Shadbhuja form of Mahakala and Vaishravana.
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Yamantaka Thangka Painting$839( 57 x 74 cm )
Yamantaka is the god of death. Yamantaka is also called Vajrabhairava, is one of the eight Dharmapalas, or Dharma Protectors.
Yamantaka Thangka$1089( 61 x 89 cm )
Yamantaka is a wrathful worrier, in the center of a thangka surrounded by Manjushri, Guru, Shakyamuni Buddha, Mahakalas and jambhala.
The Lord of Death VajrabhairavaFrom $199( 45 x 58 cm )
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.
The Lord of Death YamantakaFrom $189( 45 x 58 cm )
In his name, Yamantaka, contains the name “Yama”, the Lord of Death although when combined with “antaka” it actually means the “Destroyer of Death”.
The practice of terminating death YamantakaFrom $139( 38 x 50 cm )
Yamantaka is a wrathful expression of Manjushri, the Samyaksambuddha of wisdom who, in other contexts, also functions as a Dharmapala or a Heruka. Yamantaka manifests in several different forms, one of which has six legs, six faces and six
Yamantaka The Destroyer of DeathFrom $139( 38 x 50 cm )
Yamantaka is a wrathful worrier, a buffalo-headed meditational deity of the Highest Yoga Tantra class and a dharma protector. Vajrabhairava is one of the principal three meditational deities of the Gelug school. He is also one of the main
Yaman TakaFrom $299( 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.