Vajravarahi is the essence of the five kinds of knowledge, and is embodiment of Sahaja pleasure. Vajravarahi can walk on water, a supernatural ability demonstrating her understanding of Emptiness. There are many forms of Vajravarahi according to attributes Vajravarahi carries in her hands. The present form of Vajravarahi is invoked in those rituals, which are performed with the specific purpose of bewitching men and women. Vajravarahi is very popular in Nepal, Tibet and other Buddhist countries.
Her expression is extremely terrifying. The complexion of her body is black with a thick brown outlining. Vajravarahi stands in the attitude of dancing in Ardhaparyanka on the back of a corpse, representing ignorance. Her upraised right hand is holding a Vajra marked chopper, and the left, held near the breast, a skull bowl filled with demon’s blood. Her golden hair is upswept. Her three eyes are angry and staring. Her mouth is open, showing her teeth. Vajravarahi is wearing crown of skulls with jewels. There is a head of sow on the top of her crown. Moreover she wears flowing scarves, human and elephant skins; jewel and bone ornaments and garland of freshly severed human heads. Her lips are covered with a tiger skin. There is an arch shaped golden color aureole behind her body with wisdom fire fence.
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