2 Armed Chakrasamvara- Vajravarahi
Chakrasamvara has twelve arms and four faces which represent four Buddha families. His main hand holds the vajra and bell and represents non-duality. His other hands hold attributes such as an elephant, a skin shawl, which symbolizes fearlessness, an axe, a hooked knife, a trident, a skull, a hand drum, a gut lasso, khațvānga, skull and the head of Brahmā and so forth. He wears the garland of fifty-two heads and the tiger skin skirt of a warrior. He wears the crescent moon in his topknot of the hair. He stands in the dance posture having transmuted passion into Karmic energy. He wears the bone and jewel ornaments. His embrace with his consort represents the intelligence and energy; and the union of the wisdom of nirvāņa and samsāra. He stands on Mahādeva and Umādevi who represent the ego. They rest on the solar disc which represents prajñā.
He belongs to the mother Tantra of the highest Yoga. This Tantra emphasizes cultivating the actual clear light rather than the illusory body.
Size: 9"/22 cm (width) x 13"/33 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Stone Colors, Genuine 24K Gold
THIS THANGKA IS HAND-PAINTED IN THE TRADITIONAL KARMA GADRI STYLE, AND THE QUALITY IS HIGH
This inspiring Buddhist art would be a great gift for a practitioner like you!