Size:   50*50 cm

  • Handmade

  • Materials

    Cotton Canvas, Colors (extracts from minerals & stones), Genuine 24K Gold (No Gold Substitute)

  • working time: 52days.

  • Quality:        Master.

  • number of artist used 1 person.

  • sales of 25%  goes to student foundation.

  • Note:

    This artwork will arrive rolled in a tube along with 1 page detail information and a brochure. Products ordered today will be shipped and arrive at your delivery address in 5-10 business days.

  • About artist:    Lopsang Lama.

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Union of the deity and his consort. In Hindu tantra many geometric variations of interlocking stars, and squares are found upon the inscribed yantras that are dedicated to specific deities, particularly the ten Mahavidya goddesses. The most complex and well known of these is the Shri-yantra of the goddess Tripura-sundari (Shri), which consists of five downward-pointing male triangles. These nice triangles interlock to create a perfect mathematical pattern of forty-three triangles.

                       The triangular dharmodaya from which many Vajrayana deities are generated is usually visulized in the form of a tapering triangular pyramid that points downward, as if towards a distant point below the deity. However, in artistic depictions it is commonly represented as a two-dimensional triangle that encloses the deity’s lotus throne. The deity is described as arising within the dharmodaya, which is often colored blue or white on its exterior, and red on its interior. The mandala palaces of certain wrathful or yidam deities are visualized in the form of a three-dimensional dharmodaya, and a decription of the ‘reality-source’ of Vajrayogini is given below.


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