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As individual pieces, these thangkas have no great value, but as a diversified collection, they form a unique set of Tibetan Buddhist religious art. The following groups and figures are represented: Šākyamuni on the lotus throne, Šākyamuni's former lives (15 nos., an unidentified avadāna illustration), the Light-Ray Buddha (illustr.), the 16 arhats and their two lay attendants (18 nos.), the four lokapālas (5 nos.), the Indian mahāgurus (8 nos., the philosopher Nāgārjuna illustrated), the Great Assembly (2 nos.), two mandalas (2 nos.), the protectors (10 nos., dharmapāla Yama illustrated) and Sarvabuddhadākinī (illustr.).
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