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Oh is Namse the Tibetan word for Vaishravana? But no, he's a yidam.dzogchungpa wrote:Maybe Vaishravana?
Sorry, I'll try to remember to bring my camera next time I go to temple.conebeckham wrote:Can you post an image?
There are many forms of Namteuse....
Vaishravana (Tibetan: རྣམ་ཐོས་སྲས rnam.thos.sras Namthöse) is a form of Yellow Dzambala and is (can be practiced as) a yidam.Konchog1 wrote:Oh is Namse the Tibetan word for Vaishravana? But no, he's a yidam.dzogchungpa wrote:Maybe Vaishravana?
conebeckham wrote:One of these?
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Konchog1 wrote:It wasn't Vaishravana. I know what Vaishravana looks like.
The deity I saw was blue with four arms atop a snow lion, the consort was white.
While on the subject, I feel bad for Vaishravana. It seems Lhamo, Kalarupa, and Mahakala get all the attention. Unexpected as Vaishravana gives wealth.
I'll be visiting the temple at the end of the month.Sherab Dorje wrote:Without a photo I doubt we will get very far in this search.
Yes, that's him! I don't remember the two arms around the consort though... and I only remember one face... but everything else is the samedzoki wrote:http://www.himalayanart.org/image.cfm/776.html
Your description reminds me of Chaturpitha (a.k.a Yogambhara|Naljor Namkha), but he has six arms, so i don' t know.
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