Main deity of this Ngor Mandala is Guhyasamaja [Master of Secrets], his Tibetan name is 'Rgyud phyi ma'.
His symbols are: Chakra [wheel], Cintamani [Magic jewel], Vajra [thunderbolt] and Ghanta [bell]
Guhyasamja is the Tantric form of Vajradhara, and is looked upon as master of secrets. According to Hackin, he is a bon form of Vajrapani. Little, however, is known about him, although he is a fairly popular deity in Tibet.
Guhyasamja belongs to the peaceful types of Yi dam and is dressed like a bodhisattva, or rather a crowned Buddha, for he has the rank of a Buddha. He is always represented seated, and has three heads. Each head has a five leaved crown.
In the central leaf of the crown, on the middle head, there is generally a wheel, and his high ushnisha is surmounted by a flaming pearl. He has six arms.
|Measurements:||38.6 x 38.6" | 98 x 98 cm|
|Shipment:||Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal|
|Material:||Natural Stone Colors|