|Date Range||1200 - 1299|
|Lineages||Nyingma and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton|
Chemchog Heruka at the center of a mandala representing all of the Eight Pronouncement Deities according to the 'Revealed Treasure' of Nyangral Nyima Ozer.
At the center is Chemchog Heruka with three faces and six hands, red-black in colour, wrathful and embracing a consort. The three right hands hold vajra scepters, nine, five and three pronged. the three left hands hold three different types of skullcups.
Arrangements of Deities: - Centre: Mahottara (3 faces) - East: Vishuddha Heruka (lower front, 6 o'clock) - South: Yamari (left, 9 o'clock) - West: Hayagriva (top, 12 o'clock) - North: Vajrakilaya (right, 3 o'clock) - North East: Möpa Dragngag (5 o'clock) - South East: Mamo Bötong (7 o'clock) - South West: Lama Rigdzin (Padmasambhava) (11 o'clock) - North West: Jigten Chötö (1 o'clock)
In the lower register, at the center is Raven-faced Mahakala with Chaturbhuja Mahakala to the left and Vaishravana Riding a Lion on the right. At the right corner is a lay male donor figure. Immediately to the left is Shri Devi Dorje Rabtenma on a donkey or horse mount accompanied by a male wrathful figure also on a black mount. At the far left side are three wrathful attendant figures.
Jeff Watt 5-2013 [updated 3-2023]