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Antique Nepalese Bronze Buddha
Yamantaka
Embracing
Consort

Origin: Nepal, Circa: 19th Century
H 5.5" (14cm), W 3.75" (9.5cm), D 2" (5cm)

Condition : arms loss, o.a. very good!

Antique bronze, dark patina with green mineral deposits, well conceived capturing the ferocity of Yamantaka, the conqueror of Death, grief, sorrow and fear that are inextricably bound up with samsaric existence. His head is that of a buffalo; he wears a crown of five skulls representing his conquest of the five thieves--weaknesses of the human personality that obstruct spiritual development. (The five evils are lust/addiction, wrath/rage, greed (whether for materialistic objects or worldly experience), attachment, and ego, the clinging to belief in a permanent separate self. Yamantaka represents luminous wisdom which dismantles these fixations. Seen here with his consort in aggressive posture atop a beaded open-lotus base.

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