Thangka Painting of the Wrathful Deity - Vajrapani
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Head of Buddha Pakistan, Gandhara area; Kushan period (late 1st - 3rd century C.E.), late 2nd - 3rd century C.E. This Buddha head exhibits a number of characteristics that indicate his perfected and supernormal nature.These include a bump atop the head (ushnisha) signifying his expanded wisdom and a small circle in the middle of his forehead (urna). The Buddha's elongated earlobes refer to his early life as a prince, when he wore heavy earrings.
Head. Afghanistan, 5th century. Unfired clay with pigments. Height: 29 cm