Dharmapala Thangka CentreSchool of Thangka Painting


5.21 Mahakalala [3]

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Mahâkâla [tib.: Nag po chen po] belongs to the Dharmapalas, the protectors of the Buddhism. There are 75 different kind of manifestations. This Thangka shows him as the wrathful black protector with six arms.

Mahakala is one of the Eight Guardians of the Law, whose duty is to protect Buddhism against its enemies. In this six-armed manifestation, he tramples on the obstacle-creating, prostrate Ganesha.

He is the wrathful deity that destroys mind chatter and brings our minds back into attentive focus.

Mahâkâla [Tib.: Nag po chen po] belongs to the Dharmapalas, the protectors of the Buddhism. There are 75 different kind of manifestations, but he recognized universally as one of the great protectors of the Dharma. This Thangka shows him as the wrathful black protector with six ams.

Mahakala is one of the Eight Guardians of the Law, whose duty is to protect Buddhism against its enemies. In this six-armed manifestation, he tramples on the obstacle-creating, prostrate Ganesha.


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Measurements: 14.2 x 21.7 " | 36 x 55 cm
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Shipment: Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal
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Material: Natural Stone Colors