Mandala of Vajrabhairava
- 19th century
- Pigment on cotton
- Height: 113 cm / Width: 49 cm / Depth: not filled
- Collection: Hans Leder, Inv. Nr.: 3573
- Grassi Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig
- © Grassi Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig/ ÖAW
This print possibly shows the thirteen-deity mandala of Vajrabhairava. Vajrabhairava with nine faces, thirty-four arms and sixteen legs is in the middle of this print. It seems that his entourage consisting of twelve pairs is placed on the border of the print. A group of seven dharmapalas is in the lower register. They are from the left to right: an unidentified deity, Mahasuvarna Vaishravana (or Vaishravana), Panjaranatha Mahakala, the six-armed Mahakala, Shridevi (??),Yama Dharmaraja in his Outer Realization and an unidentified deity. A monk with two attendants is on top of this print. To the left and right side are stupas.