|Date Range||1500 - 1599|
|Lineages||Sakya, Ngor (Sakya) and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
|Collection||Museum of Fine Arts, Boston|
|Catalogue #||acc. #65.616, Bequest of Daisy Virginia Holde|
Chakrasamvara Sixty-two Deity Mandala (Tibetan: khor lo de chog lha drug chu tsa nyi pa'i kyil khor) from the tradition of the mahasiddha Luipa.
Tibetan: Khor lo dem chog
Within the center of the two-dimensional circular diagram (mandala) representing the top view of a three-dimensional celestial palace and surroundings is the tutelary deity Chakrasamvara, blue-black in colour, with four faces and twelve hands. In the first pair of hands are a vajra and bell crossed at the heart embracing the consort red Vajrayogini, surrounded by the flames of pristine awareness. Radiating outward are five circles of variously coloured retinue figures.
Jeff Watt 4-2001