英文名称: Hayagriva (Buddhist Deity) - Black (Nyang Ral Lineage)
内容:Black Hayagriva with an Iron Sword (Tibetan: tam drin nag po chag ral, English: Black Horse Neck One) of the Revealed Treasure Lineage of Nyang Ral Nyima Ozer (1124-1192) of the Nyingma School.At the top center is Amitabha Buddha, red in colour, wearing monastic robes, with the two hands placed in meditative equipoise in the lap supporting a black begging bowl. On the left is Amitayus the Sambhogakaya form Amitabha, red, wearing gold and jewel ornaments and supporting a long-life vase in the lap. On the right is Avalokiteshvara, white, with one face and four hands.At the far left is Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava, wearing a lotus hat and holding a vajra and skullcup in the hands. The two consorts Yeshe Tsogyal and Mandarawa are seated in front. At the far right is the Lama Ngag Chang Hung Nag Mebar, wearing monastic robes, a red pandita hat and holding a vajra outstretched in the right hand and a skullcup in the left, seated.Beneath Amitayus sits the Fifth Dalai Lama Ngagwang Lobzang Gyatso, wearing monastic robes and a yellow pandita hat. Beneath Avalokiteshvara sits the Second Panchen Lama Chogtrul Lobzang Yeshe, wearing the same robes and hat. To the right and left sides of the horse head of Hayagriva are two Nyingmapa siddhas, on the left, Heruka Namka Jigme and on the right Heruka Sishi Yongdrol. They both hold a vajra and skullcup and support a katvanga staff against the left shoulder.At the bottom center is the yogi Benam Rechen, seated, with matted hair piled atop the head, the right hand in Earth Witness mudra (gesture) and the left in the lap holding a skullcup. He wears the white robes of a wandering yogi and a red meditational belt across the chest. Colourful offerings of wish-fulfilling jewels are arranged in front. Across from the yogi is a wrathful protector, black, with one face and two hands holding a curved knife and intestine lasso, standing on the back of a dzo (female yak) in the middle of a lake of blood. This figure is likely the protector of the 'terma' (treasure) teaching of Black Hayagriva.Standing at the bottom left corner is the wealth deity Black Jambhala, naked and semi-wrathful, holding a skullcup in the right hand and a mongoose in the left, adorned with snakes and standing on a pink lotus. Seated in the right corner is the wealth deity Yellow Jambhala, peaceful, holding a bijapuraka fruit in the right hand and a mongoose in the left. Wearing lavish jewels and opulent robes he sits with the right foot pressed upon a conch and wealth vase dispensing wishing jewels.The style of painting is called 'nag tang' (black scroll). On a black background the figures are outlined with fine gold line and filled with various colours at the discretion of the artist or the wishes of the patron. The names of the lamas are inscribed beneath each with fine gold lettering.