Dharmapala Thangka CentreSchool of Thangka Painting

3.31 Vajradhara [5]

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Vajradhara is an emanation of Adibuddha, considered by some to be the highest deity of the Buddhist Pantheon in Vajrayana Buddhism, and its source. He is the prime Buddha of the Father tantras such as Guhyasamaja, Yamantaka, and so on. Tantras are texts specific to Tantrism and are believed to have been originally taught by the Tantric form of Sakyamuni called Vajradhara.

Furthermore he is the central figure in the Refuge Tree of Kagyupa lineage. He is the Tantric form of Shakyamuni and his name means the bearer of the thunderbolt.

Vajradhara embodies the primordial awakened mind and many Tantric teachings are attributed to him. He is an expression of Buddhahood itself in both single and yabyum form. He is depicted with his arms crossed on his chest, holding a dorje and a ghanta [bell].

Measurements: 13.8 x 19.7" | 35 x 50 cm
Price: on request
Shipment: Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal
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Material: Natural Stone Colors