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Mahabala has three faces of blue, white and red colours, six arms and resides in the north-west corner. Mahabala holds a trident, a sword, a jewel and a lotus. Mahabala holds his Prajna with his two principal hands as usual.

According to Sadhanamala, he is one faced, four armed and red in colour. He looks ferocious and his brown hair rises straight upwards and is tied by a snake. He carries in his right hands, a white staff and a chowrie while the two left hands display the namaskar mudra and a raised index finger. He is clad in tiger skin, wears ornaments of snakes and stands in the Pratyalidha attitude. He bears the effigy of Amitabha on the crown.

The images of Mahabala are rare in Nepal, India and Tibet but they are found in Chinese collections. However miniature paintings of this deity are found here and there in Nepalese Buddhist monasteries. These deities are worshipped in the group of ten during initiation ceremony of Cakrasamvara.

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