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Sitatapatra Thangka


Sitatapatra (Skt. Sitātapatrā; Tib. གདུགས་དཀར་, Wyl. gdugs dkar; Tib. Dukkar) — a female deity who manifested from the crown of Buddha Shakyamuni. Her practice is especially powerful for averting obstacles. She is often depicted with 1,000 faces, 1,000 arms and 1,000 legs, her central hands holding a dharma wheel and the handle of the white parasol from which she takes her name.