Namjilmaa or thangka, painted cloth, wood. Namjilmaa (Sarvabuddhadakini/Na-romk’ha-spyod-ma or Na-ro kha-cho-ma). Tantric goddess, red skin, black hair and third eye, skull crown ornaments, a magic stick rests across her left shoulder, left hand holds a skull cup and she drinks the stream of blood from it, her right hand holds the chopper with a dorje handle; blue nimbus with flames; standing on two figures, one white, one blue, on a lotus throne; below are jewels and Mahakala, left, and the citipati, right; above are four seated deities in tantric postures and yab yum, with skull crowns on lotus thrones; naturalistic background: sky, clouds, forested mountains, a waterfall and cave.
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