Mahasurya Bimba Lokeshvara

Mahasurya Bimba Lokeshvara by Yogendra Shakya
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By Yogendra Shakya
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Year: 2006
Size: 12.00 x 15.00 in
Material: Canvas
Medium: Stone color
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Mahasuryabimba Lokeshvara is one of the hundred-eight forms of Lokeshvara whose paintings are displayed in Janabaha of Kathmandu. He has four faces. His central face is red, green at the right and white at the left and also red at the top. Among his eight arms, his four right hands hold “vajra”, sword, goad and display varada mudra and his four left hands hold bell, conch, noose and kamandalu, a water vessel in standing position. He is wearing six kinds of ornaments (skt: sanmudra) earrings, bracelets, necklace, girdle, and anklets. She has wearing and antelope’s skin in his shoulder symbolizing his great compassion.

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Yogendra Shakya
Date of Birth : 1972-04-11

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