Heruka is the name of a category of wrathful deities, enlightened beings in Vajrayana Buddhism that adopt a fierce countenance to benefit sentient beings.
Herukas represent the embodiment of indivisible bliss and emptiness, usually placed in a mandala and often appearing in Yab-Yum [like here].
There are eight different manifestation of Heruka. He belongs to the Nyingma school.
In the center Heruka is depicted as a Phurba Heruka manfestation sorrounded by eight dharmapalas as Heruka attendends [four in the inner and forr in the outer circle].
|Measurements:||12.6 x 12.6" | 32 x 32 cm|
|Price:||393 $ | 350 €|
|High resolution:||Heruka Mandala [2.2 MB, 2982 x 3024 px.]|
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