The extraordinary temple at center and the presence of two great bodies of water depicted are highly suggestive of the renowned stone temple Ü Shang built by Ralpachen in Central Tibet at the confluence of the Kyichu and Tsangpo rivers. Tri Ralpachen was also considered an emanation on Vajrapani, whose representation is found at upper center in a flaming mandorla.
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