Vasudhara flanked by red Avalokiteshvara and green Vajrapani at the centre of the mandala palace further occupied by deities and figures bearing sacks of jewels and long life vases and caskets, the four-gated palace surrounded by a ring of lotus petals and flames, all against a blue scrollwork background with auspicious emblems and Pancharaksha goddesses, the upper register with Transcendental Buddhas, with a stupa below flanked by a Vajracharya performing puja with the family of donors.
Hugo E. Kreijger, Kathmandu Valley Painting, The Jucker Collection, Boston, 1999, p. 72, no. 23.
The inscription records that in samvat 897 (1777) the mandala was made by the donor Shri Bhiksu Padmanandaju and his wife, and the numerous family of Shri Kitipamnya Mahavihara.
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