Chitipati. Tibet, Gelugpa,1800-1899 They each have one face with three red glaring eyes and two hands. The Father on the left holds aloft a bone danda with the right hand and in the left a blood filled kapala, wearing a tiger skin, standing on a conch shell. The Mother holds a stalk of grain in the upraised right and a wealth vase in the left, wearing various silks, standing on a cowrie shell. Surrounded by the orange flames of pristine awareness.
Parnashavari the Forest Goddess: Healer of Contagious Diseases invoked at Tibetan Tantric religious gatherings. Associated with the Shavari tribe of ancient India, she wears a garland and skirt of thatched leaves.