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Vajrakilaya

Vajrakilaya, drawn by Robert Beer ~ Silk Screen Print (Gold on Black), x Vajrakila, the 'indestructible dagger', is one of the eight wrathful yidam or meditational deities of the Nyingma oral Mahayoga transm.

Thangka Avalokitesvara

Thangka of Avalokitesvara ~ the thousand armed form but with a vast number of heads too. (my neck struggles sometimes with the weight of just one head, so feel real compassion for him!

Late 14th C. Pure Land Buddhist Raigo Scroll. Welcoming Descent of Amida and Twenty-five Bodhisattvas hung by dying believers' bedsides to help ensure the faithful's rebirth in the Western Paradise. A silken cord often was attached to the Buddha's hand, a support to lead the soul to paradise. Silk painting with gold. Japan

Welcoming Descent of Amida and Twenty-five Bodhisattvas, Nanbokucho period late century Unidentified artist

Buddha Amoghasiddhi with Eight Bodhisattvas, Tibet, ca 1200, Dhyani Buddha, North, green.

Buddha Amoghasiddhi with Eight Bodhisattvas Date: ca. Culture:Central Tibet Medium:Distemper on cloth Metropolitan Museum of Art

workman: Tibetan pattern book of proportions, "All up in ya, like what?" >> via: http://yellowmenace.tumblr.com

eloybida: “ Tibetan pattern book of proportions, century “This eighteenth-century pattern book is written in Newari script with Tibetan numerals, and was apparently produced in Nepal for use in.

Parnashavari the Forest Goddess: Healer of Contagious Diseases invoked at Tibetan Tantric religious gatherings. Associated with the Shavari tribe of ancient India, she wears a garland and skirt of thatched leaves. Central Tibet; 19th C. Pigments on cloth.

Parnashavari the Forest Goddess: Healer of Contagious Diseases invoked at Tibetan Tantric religious gatherings. Associated with the Shavari tribe of ancient India, she wears a garland and skirt of thatched leaves.

Pratapaditya Pal: An early Tibetan mandala of Ekallavira Achala in a private collection: An Art Historical Analysis Fig. 8: Goddess Tārā with Emanations, Buddhas and other Deities Central Tibet 1050-1100 122 x 80 cm.  John and Berthe Ford Collection, Baltimore, MD.

Pratapaditya Pal: An early Tibetan mandala of Ekallavira Achala in a private collection: An Art Historical Analysis Fig. Goddess Tārā with Emanations, Buddhas and other Deities Central Tibet 122 x 80 cm. John and Berthe Ford Collection, Baltimore, MD.

특별전 대표 유물―'한국문화(文化), 그 찬란한 기억' 메트로폴리탄 미술관 '수월관음도' 정우택 동국대 미...

Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara painting from the Goryeo Dynasty half of century

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The Tibetan Book of Proportions is an 18 century pattern book consisting of 36 ink drawings showing precise iconic and geometric guidelines for depicting Buddha

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