Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Gandhanra-Thangka-Art-Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara
Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara-Protector Deity
Gandhanra Thangka Details
Gandhanra Thangka Details
Gandhanra Thangka Details
Gandhanra Thangka Details

Vajrakilaya-Vajrakumara-Protector Deity

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❤DESCRIPTION
In Tibetan Buddhism, Vajrakilaya or Vajrakumara is a wrathful heruka yidam deity who embodies the enlightened activity of all the Buddhas. His practice is known for being the most powerful for removing obstacles and destroying the forces hostile to compassion. Vajrakilaya is one of the eight deities of Kagyé.

Vajrakilaya is a wrathful form of the Buddha Vajrasattva. His distinctive iconographic trait is that he holds the dagger called phurba. Vajrakilaya is commonly represented with three faces of different colors in a crown of skulls. The central face is blue, the left is red and the right is white. He also has six arms: two holds the kīla, two hold one vajra each, one holds a flaming snare, and one a trident. He crushes under his feet demons representing the obstacles to spiritual realization.

As deity
Vajrakilaya is a significant Vajrayana deity who transmutes and transcends obstacles and obscurations. Padmasambhava achieved realisation through practicing Yangdag Heruka (Tibetan: yang dag he ru ka),[2] but only after combining it with the practice of Vajrakilaya to clean and clear obstacles and obscurations.

Vajrakilaya is also understood as the embodiment of activities of the Buddha mind. According to Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Vajrakilaya is perceived as the wrathful form of Vajrapani. Many great masters both in India and Tibet, but especially in Tibet, have practiced Vajrakilaya (especially in the Nyingma lineage, and among the Kagyu and also within the Sakya). The Sakya's main deity, besides Hevajra, is Vajrakilaya.[citation needed]

Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Dudjom Rinpoche and a significant number of lamas within the Kagyu and Nyingma engaged Vajrakilaya sadhana.

❤DETAILS
Material: cloth, silk, paper,gold thread
Embroidery: brocade embroidery.
Frame Color: Beige,Blue,Purple, Yellow.
The front is covered with silk to protect thangka with exquisite painting shaft and lanyard.

❤SIZE CHART
SIZE HEIGHT TOP WIDTH BOTTOM WIDTH
Small 35cm / 13.8" 20cm / 8" 27cm / 10.6"
Medium 61cm / 24" 37cm / 14.6" 47cm / 18.5"
Large 85cm / 33.5" 48cm / 18.9" 63cm / 24.8" 
XL 120cm / 47.3" 66cm / 26.0" 82cm / 32.3"


Because the XL size is too large, it can only be shipped by EXPRESS.

❤NOTICE
1.This thangka is made to order, it will takes about 3-5 days to complete and ship.
2.Please allow 1-2cm error due to manual measurement.
3.The color may have different as the difference display.
4.Please make sure you do not mind before you bid.
5.You'll get 1* Thangka as pictures shown.

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