Tibetan painting of Ghuhaysamjha is handpainted on cotton canvas by Thangka artist from Nepal. It is predominantly is call Akshobhayavajara which is the form of Akshobhaya buddha. Guhyasamaja is one of the most interesting, complicated, and important figures in Vajrayana Buddhism.
Ghuhaysamjha is presented at the center of the thanka It combines various important tathagata Buddhas, (Dhyani Buddhas) into one sculpture.
Iconography of Ghuhaysamjha
Guhyasamaja is blue-black in color. Guhyasamaja is a form of Akshobhya. Guhyasamaja is one of the five transcendent lords.
Akshobhyavajra holds a vajra and bell (ghanta) in his first two hands, and other hands hold the symbols of the four other transcendent lords, wheel of Vairocana, and lotus of Amitabha in his rights, and the gem of Ratnasambhava and sword of Amoghasiddhi in his lefts.
Mantra of Guhyasamaja
The mantra of Guhyasamaja is Om Ah Vajrra Dhrik Hum Hum Phat.