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THANGKA OF MAHAKALATibet, late 18th-early 19th century The standing deity crushing a Ganesh, the face threatening, the hair in the shape of flames, the forehead encircled with a crown of skulls, the main hands holding a kapala and a kartrika, the other hands radiant and holding different attributes (rosary with skull decoration, trident, damaru drum and vajra rope), a tiger skin on the hip, surrounded by Padmasambhava and two terrible deities in the upper part, three palden lhamo in the lower part; wear and tear.Dimensions: 45 x 29 cm

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