A special manifestation of the Vajravarahi - Dakini is Vajravarahi [Sanskrit: Vajravârârâhî; Tibetan: Dorje Phagmo], the tantric companion of Chakrasamvara. She belongs to the group of Shamvara deities and is the female embodiment of the archetypal Buddha Shamvara.
Vajravarahi - the diamond sow [Dorje Phagmo] - belongs to the group of Shamvara deities. She is the female embodiment of the archetypal Buddha Shamvara.
The goddess is associated with triumph over ignorance [symbolized by the sow]. This characteristic attribute belonging to it is not visible on the picture above.
The goddess wears a crown of skulls. She wears a white flowered scarf and a garland of heads. She has gold earrings and gold Ornaments on her arms, wrists, hips, and ankles. Fine bone ornaments also adorn her body, including an apron and a grand necklace. Her right band holds a vajra chopper; the left holds a skull bowl before her breast. She carries a kathvanga staff surmounted by three skulls and a Vajra, in the crook of her left arm.