Himalayan Art Resources

Item: Janguli - Yellow (six hands)

(item no. 57260)
Origin Location Tibet
Date Range 1400 - 1499
Lineages Buddhist
Size 33cm (12.99in) high
Material Copper
Collection Private
Notes about the Central Figure

Appearance: Peaceful

Gender: Female

Interpretation / Description


[50] Arya Janguli. Arya Janguli, yellow, with three faces. Having a hood of seven snake heads. [Each face] possessing three eyes and the faces [both] smiling and fierce. Of the six [hands]: the right hands hold, a vajra, sword and an arrow - in a dancing manner. The left, a wrathful [gesture] together with a lasso, a blue poisonous flower and a bow. Adorned with flowers and snakes. Standing in a dancing manner.

Jeff Watt 3-2009

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