Himalayan Art Resources

Item: Mandala of Nairatmya (Buddhist Deity) - (2 hands)

རྡོ་རྗེ་བདག་མེད་མ། 无我佛母(萨迦派本尊)
(item no. 58253)
Origin Location India
Date Range 1960 -
Lineages Shiche/Chöd and Buddhist
Material Ground: Paper
Collection Private
Notes about the Central Figure

Classification: Deity

Appearance: Semi-Peaceful

Gender: Female

TBRC: W25326

Interpretation / Description

Nairatmya: Thirteen Deity Sugata Mandala as transmitted by Padampa Sanggye. Tantra source text unknown.

Center: Vajra Nairatmya (black)

Four Petals: Green Tara, White Marichi, Yellow Swayambhurajni, and Red Vajravarahi.

Chakra Blades: Samantabhadra, Manjushri Simhanada, Lokeshvara, Suvarana-vishkhambhin, Vajrapani, Yamari, Khasarpana, and Achala.

Jeff Watt [updated 10-2021]

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