Tibetan 24K Gold Thangka of Bhutadamara Vajrapani
Vajrapani is one of the important Bodhisattva representing the essential characters of Buddha of ten directions and three times. He is also regarded as the guardian of all directions and is practised to remove different types of obstacles that arise during intensive practice.
In Sakya Tradition and specifically in the Lamdre Tradition, the Vajrapani form of Bhutadamara is considered to be the foremost practice done to remove the hindrance in the path of practitioners. The practice is found in Kriya, Charya, and Anuttarayoga Tantra. Within Anuttarayoga, it arises from the exclusive explanatory tantra to the Hevajra called the Vajrapanjara Tantra.
Size: 20"/50 cm (width) x 30"/76 cm (height)
Materials: Cotton Canvas, Poster Colors, Acrylic, Emulsion, Genuine 24K Gold