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Vajrabhairava - Yamamtaka Statue 23 cm zweifarbig

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Vajrabhairava - Yamamtaka Statue 23 cm zweifarbig

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Tibetische Buddhastatue - Vajrabhairava / Yamantaka aus Bronze oxidiert zweifarbig gearbeitet

Vajrabhairava, or better known under his other name Yamantaka, is a wrathful, buffalo-headed meditational deity (Tibetan: yi-dam) of the Highest Yoga Tantra class and as a (dharma) protector in Vajrayana Buddhism. Vajrabhairava is one of the principal three meditational deities of the Gelug school (T: gsang bde 'jigs gsum; the others are Chakrasamvara and Guhyasamaja). He is also one of the main yidams in the Sakya school where he comes in a variety of appearances (with different mandalas). In both schhools Vajrabhairava is seen as the wrathful manifestation of Manjushri, the buddha of wisdom. In the other schools of Tibetan Buddhsim Yamantaka seems to be mostly revered as a protector The full form of Vajrabhairava has nine heads, the central one being that of a buffalo, and the top-most being that yellow Manjushri with a slightly wrathful expression. The three right faces are yellow, blue and red and the three left are black, white and smoky. Each face has three large round eyes, bared fangs and frightful expressions; brown hair flows upward like flames. The first pair of hands hold a curved knife and skull cup to the heart. The remaining hands hold a multitude of weapons with the second and last set holding in addition the fresh outstretched hide of an elephant. He is adorned with bracelets, necklaces and a girdle all formed of interlaced bone ornaments, a necklace of snakes and a long necklace of fifty human heads. The right legs are bent pressing down on a man, animals and various gods. The left legs are extended straight and press upon eight birds and various gods; standing above a sun disc and multi-colored lotus completely surrounded by the orange flames of pristine awareness. When in union with his consort Vajra-vetali (Skt. for 'Adamantine Ghoul'; T: rDor-rje ro-lans-ma) she has one face and two hands, is blue in colour pressed against the back, and holds a skull cup in her left hand.