Amoghasiddhi, identified by his green colour and his vehicle Garuda (eagle), is seated on padmasana on his vehicle, who is depicted with wings spread and his tail-plume providing a backdrop behind the yellow prabhavali. In keeping with his iconographic tenets, he displays abhaya mudra with his right hand and supports a pot on his left palm resting in the lap. He wears red dhoti and a white scarf with tussels fluttering on the sides. The delicate elongated figure wears a five pointed tiara and other ornaments.


  • Title: Amoghasiddhi
  • Date: ca. 14th century A.D.
  • Location: Indian Museum, Kolkata
  • Physical Dimensions: 37x5.8cm.
  • Provenance: Eastern India,
  • Type: Manuscript

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