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Tibetan travelling shrine of the deity most likely to be Vajrakilaya
Vajrakila has three faces, six hands, four legs and wide outstretched wings behind. He embraces the consort Dipta Chakra who has one  ...
Tibetan travelling shrine of the deity most likely to be Vajrakilaya Vajrakila has three faces, six hands, four legs and wide outstretched wings behind. He embraces the consort Dipta Chakra who has one face, two hands and two legs. Vajrakilaya is a wrathful meditational deity belonging to the Nyingma Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism Repoussé relief in copper Possibly earlier than 19th century
price:  £ 300