Dude, with all due respect, I asked who the Dharmapala in the picture was, I didn't ask for impromptu pointing-out instructions!
Thanks for going to the effort anyway!
Point well taken - However --- I WAS answering your question.
Most posts (mine too) knock down to a one-ups-man-ship game of who has got the "right" answer and scholars drag out endless dusty erudite scriptural references, in other languages, to prove their points.
Perhaps this is silly, or cruel, like shouting "THEATER" in a crowded fire, just to show that YOU, the shouter are not being burned - that YOU are OK, (and if you, the listener, buy my book or attend my seminar...then you can learn to quote scripture in other languages and give seminars too.)
but maybe this is REALLY not so helpful to anybody else. The base analogy being that we are all in a burning house and we do not know it: no one escapes old age, sickness and death.
So tagging the question of "Who is the Dharmapala in the picture," back to the issues of name and form, making it all up as we go along, let it all go, and a pointing beyond the words of ANY question or argument IS, in fact a very concise, and appropriate answer to the question, "Who is the Dharmapala in the picture."
It is just not the conventional answer, or the answer you expected. I answered the question, "Who is the Dharmapala" in the BIG picture.
Now you understand how ANY question can be tagged back to awareness, appropriately answered, and completely put to rest.
I was just responding to the question, as if it were someone shouting "fire" in a crowded theater, though perhaps this was not your intention.
Hence - pointing to the way out ---
To keep on topic, if you invoke a Dharmapala, when informed by awareness, it will function perfectly, even if you call it Charlie or Nancy.
So Charlie or Nancy, IS the name of the Dhamapala in your picture, if YOU intend it to be so, AND, if your intension is informed by awareness, you will be well protected.