Kapaladhara Hevajra united with Nairatmya
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ABS 229

 Code: ABS 229

  Country: India (north-east)

  Style: Late Pala Style

  Date: 1100 - 1200

  Dimensions in cm WxHxD: 7.9 x 13.2 x 3.4

  Materials: Dark grey stone with traces of paint

Kapaladhara Hevajra united with Nairatmya trampling on the struggling bodies of the four Maras 

North-Eastern Indian Pala style sculptures and paintings are perfect examples to demonstrate how art styles did expand concurrently with religious teachings. This stone carvings with traces of cold gilt was worshipped in Tibet. Such objects brought from India all played a part in the diffusion of Pala art styles far beyond Tibet.