|Date Range||1700 - 1799|
|Lineages||Gelug and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
Vidyadhara Manjukirti Iconography:  Vidyadhara Manjukirti/Yashas wears the garb of a king and is seated in front of a palace. At the top right is  Dharmaraja Sureshana. At the top left is  Heruka Kalachakra in the simplified appearance with one face and two hands. At the bottom left is a  worldly protector, red in colour, riding a horse.
The unique characteristics of this composition are the dramatic white mountains in the upper left and along the bottom of the painting which represent the mountains surrounding the kingdom of Shambhala, also, the full form of the meditational Kalachakra, the Three Lords of the World just above the head of Yashas, along with the flaming sword standing upright to the side of King Yashas are all .
Jeff Watt 7-2013