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Sengge Dradog is one of the eight forms of Padmasambhava and represents a specific narrative from the life story. He is typically blue in colour, wrathful in appearance with one face and two arms. The right hand holds a gold vajra sceptre. The left hand performs a wrathful gesture. In a standing posture he can have either the right or left leg straight while standing atop a lotus and surrounded by the flames of pristine awareness.

Jeff Watt [updated 8-2018]