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The work of nail art by hatsuki furutani, a Tokyo based manicurist
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yourdaddyd:

Phallic symbol - Bhutan
Reposted from http://homoerotimuseum.net
thepicketysatyr:

Divine Phallus
magictransistor:

Mandala of the Sun God Surya
This superb mandala is devoted to the solar deity Surya and bears a date most likely read as 1379, making it one of only two known Nepalese paintings of the fourteenth century. It carries the name of both the principal donor and the artist—the latter an extremely rare occurrence in Himalayan art—and declares that it was painted when the donor performed a ceremony so that he might be forgiven for negative karma. This ritual is depicted in the bottom register, with the donor, Bhisnudeveshvara, at center. His family is also present. To the left, a Vajracharya priest performs a fire sacrifice.
In the mandala above, Surya rides his chariot wearing so-called northern dress (Scythian, west Asian)—armor, tunic, and boots. He holds lotuses in his raised hands. He is attended by Pratuyusa (early morning) and Usa (sunrise or dawn), who face outward and shoot arrows of light to dispel darkness. Facing inward, his consorts Rajni (night) and Caya (shadow) moderate the “heat” of the Sun God. The mandala is ringed by the eight planetary deities and together with Surya constitute the navagraha, so important for Newar devotional practices. Altogether 108 deities are shown, an auspicious number in both Buddhist and Hindu contexts. -Met
animus-inviolabilis:

Vajrayogini (Naropa Tradition)Sakya Lineage1700 - 1799Tibet
bulletproofbhatki:

Vajrayogini Mandala  
Tibet, from the Naropa tradition
19th century
magictransistor:

Vajrayogini Mandala. Tibet. 18th century.  
izideprimente:

(she’s a) universal emptiness em We Heart It.
organicbody:

thangka painting(source: himalayanart.org)
jeanimagine:

Esoteric Mandala
the-sublime-and-bizarre:

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Dragon.
thisishowtheworldends:

Dragon and Waves (c. 1827 - 1831) by Utagawa Kuniyoshi
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The work of nail art by hatsuki furutani, a Tokyo based manicurist
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themangashop:

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themangashop:

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