Dimensions : H- 22 | W- 16 Inches
Medium : Plastic Paint on Cotton Cloth
Artist Gyaltsen Zimba features a specific form of Mahakala known as "Mahakala with two arms". In the artwork he is depicted wearing a crown made of skulls, symbolizing the transmutation of the negative aspects of life and death into wisdom. The serpent wrapped around represents the domination of harmful forces, and the tiger skin draped around Mahakala's waist signifies his triumph over primal instincts and represents his ability to tame and control even the wildest of energies. This form of Mahakala is a fierce and protective deity, often associated with the removal of obstacles on the spiritual path and the destruction of negativity. He is at times referred to as the "Lord of Time" due to his association with the concept of time as cyclical. His crown of skulls is said to symbolize the momentary nature of life and death, emphasizing the impermanence of all things.
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