This thangka was hand-painted in Nepal. This thangka is 29 inches long and 21 inches wide when mounted in the brocade, and the painting itself is 14 inches long and 10.5 inches wide. This thangka features Vajrayogini, who is a Vajrayana Buddhist meditation deity. Vajrayogini is a dakini who is the essence of all Buddhas. She is always painted red, which symbolizes her inner fire. In one hand she holds a crown of skulls, and in the other hand she holds a vajra. Vajrayogini always wear a crown of human skulls, and she has three eyes- which symbolize her ability to see the past, present, and future. Vajrayogini's two eyes represent her ability to see the past, present, and future. This thangka was hand-painted in Nepal by a master thangka painter, and it is mounted in a green brocade frame.