Extremely rare Durdak, Citipati.
Coin nowhere to be found in Tibet.
Buddhist ritual item.
Low fineness silver.
Dimensions : 5.5×3×5 cm. Weight: 26.2g.
Citipati (Sanskrit: चितिपति) is a protective deity or supernatural being in Tibetan Buddhism and Vajrayana Buddhism of India. It consists of two skeletal deities, one male and the other female, both dancing wildly with their limbs intertwined within a halo of flames representing change. The Citipati would be one of the seventy-five forms of Mahakala. Their symbol is supposed to represent both the eternal dance of death and perfect consciousness. They are invoked as "wrathful deities", benevolent protectors or fierce beings of demonic appearance. The Citipati dance is commemorated twice a year in Tibet.
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- Raro Durdak, Citipati चितिपति
- Plata de bajo grado
- siglo XVIII
- Región / País de origen
- Buen estado, ver descripción
- 5.5×3×5 cm