Thangka Painting Of Buddhist Meditational Deity Vajrabhairava

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Vajrabhairava is a Buddhist meditational deity who is worshipped as the destroyer of death. Yamantaka is a wrathful emanation of Manjushri and the keeper of the grand tantra of the ultimate level of yoga known as Anuttarayoga. The first pair of hands is pressing a curved knife and a skull cup against the heart. The remaining hands are clutching a slew of weapons, body parts, and things. The right legs are bowed, pressing down on a man, animals, and gods. The left legs are straight and pressing down on eight birds and various deities. He wears bracelets, necklaces, and a girdle made of interlaced bone ornaments, as well as a snake necklace and a long chain of decapitated heads. Vajrabhairava is encircled by red and yellow flames.

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