Virupa was a ninth century follower of the teachings of the Dakini Vajravarahi. Virupa resided in the eastern Indian monastery of Somapuri for twenty – four years before being ejected for eating the monastery’s pigeons.
Dorje Phagmo is also known as Vajravarahi. Dorje Phagmo or Vajravarahi is form of Vajrayogini. Dorje Phagmo/Vajravarahi is generally more frequent in Kagyu, is shown in dancing pose with the right leg bent.