On Exhibition

M Code: 18ST2020
Black Stone
Size: 8.5 x 17 cm

About the Art

It has names such as Vajrabhairav, Yamantaka. The fearsome Vajrabhairava has 9 faces, 34 hands, and 16 legs and is a black figure. The primary face is the red and slightly yellow face of Manjushree above. A wrathful form of Manjushree, Vajrabhairav
is regarded as a classification of meditative deity in Anuttaryoga practiced in Tantric Buddhism. The Tibetan Buddhism practitioners of Vajrabhairav consist of three Sarma Schools that include Sakya, Kagyu, and Gelug.

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