"...Ushnishavijaya, the colour of an autumn moon, with three faces, white, yellow and blue and eight hands. Each face has three very large eyes. The first right hand holds a vishvavajra, second a white lotus with Amitabha [Buddha] residing, third an arrow and the fourth in [the gesture of] supreme generosity. The first left holds a vajra lasso, second a bow, third [in the gesture of] bestowing protection and fourth in [the gesture of] meditative equipoise holding an auspicious nectar vase; complete with silks and jewel ornaments, seated in [vajra] posture. Within the outer circle of the stupa, on the right [side of the chaitya], above a moon is Avalokiteshvara with a body white in colour, the left hand holds a lotus. On the left [of the chaitya], above a sun is Vajrapani, blue, the left hand holds an utpala with a vajra; standing in a peaceful manner and adorned with silks and jewels." (Jamyang Kyentse Wangpo, 1820-1892).
At the top center is a Gelug teacher wearing a yellow pandita hat. His right hand is in a gesture of blessing and the left is in the lap supporting a long life vase. On the right and left sides are two additional teachers wearing a Panchen Lama style hat and the other a pandita hat.
Tibetan: གཙུག་གཏོར་རྣམ་པར་རྒྱལ་མ། ཚེ་ལྷ།
Origin Location: Mongolia
Date Range: 1700-1799
Lineages: Gelug and Buddhist
Material: Ground Mineral Pigment on Cotton