六臂马头明王

Hayagriva (Buddhist Deity)

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编号:HAR481

中文名称:六臂马头明王

英文名称: Hayagriva (Buddhist Deity)

尺幅:88.90x63.50cm (35x25in)

类别:彩唐

材质:棉布

题材:人物

收藏:Rubin Museum of Art

地域:蒙古

年份:19世纪(1800 - 1899)

传承:格鲁宁玛萨迦

内容:Hayagriva, Secret Accomplishment (Tibetan: tam drin sang drup. English: Horse Neck, Secret Accomplishment), wrathful tutelary deity of the Lotus family.At the top center is the buddha Amitabha, red in colour with the two hands in the mudra (gesture) of meditation. At the right is Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava holding a vajra and skullcup, wearing the three robes. At the right corner is Nyerten Bepo Chenpo'i Naljor and below are Khedrup Shangton Chenpo and a lama without a name inscription. All three wear monastic robes and perform various mudras (gestures). To the left is Lama Tsongkapa with the two hands held at the heart in the 'Dharma Teaching' mudra and wearing a yellow pandita hat. At the left corner is Benten Kyepa Chenpo and below are Dorje Chang Kunga Gyaltsen and Drogon Choje Tenpa. All three wear monastic robes and perform various mudras.At the middle left is a form of Hayagriva inscribed as Ta Lha Arya Remanta, with one face, a horse head above and two hands holding a vajra stick and chain. At the middle right is the direction guardian Chog gyi Gonpo in the appearance of a Tibetan warrior, holding an upraised lance and banner in the right hand and a wealth vase in the left, and riding a horse.At the bottom center is the special protector for the Hayagriva cycle of practice, Begtse Chen, (Eng.: the 'Great Coat of Mail'). Having the appearance of a red Tibetan warrior covered in leather protective armour, in the right hand he holds a sword and in the left a human heart with a bow and arrow in the bend of the elbow and a lance with a banner against the shoulder. At the lower right riding a wild bear is the consort, Lhamo Dong Marwa - The Goddess with a Red Face, naked, blue, with one face and two hands holding a heart and kila (peg). At the lower left is the son, Lekhan Srog Dag Marpo, riding a wolf, holding a lance and lasso, dressed in the raiment of a warrior. At the upper left is the worldly protector Setrap (also known as Tshangpa), red in colour, holding a wooden club in the upraised right hand and a lasso in the left. Dressed as a warrior, he rides a brown horse. At the right is Damchen Garwa'i Nagpo, blue, holding a vajra hammer in the upraised right hand and a blacksmiths bellows made of tiger skin in the left. Dressed in long flowing garments and wearing a broad hat he rides a brown goat with twisted horns. At the bottom right is a skullcup containing the offering of the five senses.The painting belongs to the Gelugpa School. The subject, the Secret Accomplishment Hayariva, is a 'Revealed Treasure' teaching (Tib.: terma) of the Nyingmapa School and Begtse Chen, the protector, was popularized by the early Sakya and Kagyu Schools. All of the figures but one have a name inscription written below each seat.J.Watt 5-98

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