Tibetan thangka paintings of Ekajati serve as visual aids for meditation practices. Representing intricate visualizations, these works of art are highly revered in Tibetan homes and monasteries, where they are often displayed at shrines.
Ekajati, also known as Mahacinatara, is a highly influential protector of Vajrayana Buddhism. She is often identified by her solitary chignon and single eye in the center of her forehead. Her other name, Ugra-Tara, translates to 'wrathful' in Sanskrit, and she is regarded as a powerful guardian deity of Vajrayana. Ekajati is synonymous with 'Mother of All Buddhas' and is strongly linked to multiple tantric practices. Ekajati is revered for her ability to repel negativity with her powerful mantra and her strong protection against the four maras. She is also worshiped for her compassionate wisdom and is widely celebrated by devotees during Vajrayana festivals.
- Hand Painted
- Materials : Semi-Precious Natural Minerals
- Base: Cotton Canvas
- Origination: Nepal