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Nepalese Bronze Buddhist Protector Yama Dharmaraja Kalarupa

Nepalese Buddhist Protector Yama Dharmaraja Kalarupa

Nepalese Bronze Buddhist Protector Yama Dharmaraja Kalarupa

AGE: – 18th Century
CONSTRUCTION: – bronze with natural aged patina never cleaned.
HEIGHT: – 11.5cm
WIDTH:– 8.5cm
DEPTH: – 5cm
WEIGHT:– 350gms.

The Nepalese Bronze Buddhist Protector Yama Dharmaraja Kalarupa is a deity worshiped by both Tibetan and Nepalese Mahayana Buddhists. Also referred to as Kalarupa, he is the protector of the Vajra Vairab cycle of tantra referred to as the Dharma, and protector of the higher training of wisdom and is one of three main Buddhist deity protectors.

In M. A. Lichtenberg-Van Mierlo’s paper on Tantric Buddhist Art of Nepal related to ‘Tamang’ bronze statues made by the Sakya craftspeople of Patan, he states that the majority of older Tamang statues were ungilded.
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