Two-armed big black bodhisattva, Sanskrit Mahākāla,
The three eyes are round, the mane is erected, and the head is worn with five crowns. The two arms are on the chest, the left hand holds the bowl, the bowl is full of human blood; the right hand takes the moon-shaped knife, and the middle of the two arms is a short stick. Standing on both legs, behind the blazing flame.
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- Dharmapala bodhisattva à deux bras
- Fin du XXe siècle
- Région/Pays d’origine
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- 175×65×120 mm