Tantric Feast: (Skt. ganapuja, ganachakra): a gathering ritual, gathering circle. A Ganachakra is a collection or assembly, a gathering of foods and substances, to be offered to the Tantric Guru, meditational deity, and an assembled group of initiated Tantric practitioners, generally conducted on textually prescribed astrological dates based on the Indian, or Tibetan, lunar calendar.
The selection of images on this page are either primarily depicting the subject of a Ganachakra or there are significant secondary images in the composition detailing the practice of Ganachakra. See the image located at the middle left side of the Yogambara painting. Note the offerings arranged in front of the teacher Kalzang Gyatso.