白哈尔

Worldly Protector (Buddhist) - Pehar

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编号:HAR802

中文名称:白哈尔

英文名称: Worldly Protector (Buddhist) - Pehar

尺幅:50.80x37.47cm (20x14.75in)

类别:彩唐

材质:棉布

题材:人物

收藏:Rubin Museum of Art

地域:蒙古

年份:19世纪(1800 - 1899)

传承:宁玛,

内容:Gyalpo Pehar - the Five Kings (Tibetan: pe har gyal po nga): an avowed religious protector subjugated by Guru Padmasambhava in the 8th century.At the top center is a Nyingma lama wearing the robes of a monk and a red pandita hat, holding to the heart a vajra and supporting a skullcup in the lap. At the middle left is a Tibetan mountain deity, white in colour with one face and two hands, holding in the right upraised a sword and in the left held to the side a wealth bestowing mongoose. Wearing various robes and a white turban, he rides a white horse. At the middle right is the Avowed Blacksmith, wrathful and blue, holding a vajra hammer in the upraised right hand and a tiger skin bellows in the left. Wearing the same attire as the central figure, he rides atop a brown goat with curved horns. At the bottom center is the very wrathful protector Rahula, maroon in colour, with nine faces and four hands, holding a makara banner, snake lasso and a bow and arrow. The lower body is in the form of a coiled green snake.There are numerous legends concerning the subjugation of Pehar, however they all agree that he is not indigenous to Tibet. Oath bound to protect the Buddhist teachings by Guru Padmasambhava, he has since become a Tibetan national protector, predominantly practiced by the Nyingmapa and since the time of the Great 5th Dalai Lama, the Gelugpa School - specifically the Ganden Podrang government.Jeff Watt 5-99

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