Mahakala by Yogendra Shakya
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By Yogendra Shakya
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Year: 2008
Size: 15.00 x 18.00 in
Material: Canvas
Medium: Stone color
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Mahakala is one of the gods prayed by the Buddhist disciples. In the Buddhist granthas Mahakala is portrayed as a protector of Budhha’s Shashan. Mahakala is established compulsorily in all the Bahals and Bahils also he can be found in right side of the main door of biharas. The two hands of Mahakala is holding Bajrakarti and Kapalpatra. Akshobya Buddha resides above the Mahakala representing he is from the Akshovya kul. Mahakala means Annanta Kal but in this picture he is standing which means Time or Kaal. Time doesn’t stop likewise standing mahakala represents protecting the budhha shashan all the time for foreseeable future. He is standing on a corpse which means time never dies and he is above or untouble by death Mahakal is also called as dharmapal and Dwarpal as well.

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Yogendra Shakya
Date of Birth : 1972-04-11

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