Kungtu Sangpo) is one of the divine Bodhisattvas and is
popularly represented in Nepal both in standing or sitting
positions. In Nepal there
are some variations in images of Samantabhadra. He is usually
depicted in Dharmachakra Mudra (teaching the Dharma gesture).
In proper iconography he should have the stem of a lotus flower
bearing chakra (mace) while the right hand is in Varada
Mudra (boon giving pose).
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Samantabhadra is famous for 10 great vows and seven-fold
worship. Many of his forms are described in the
Nispanayogavali, Lotus Sutra and Gandavyuha Sutra.
Samantabhadra is often represented in Tibet. The
Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism traces its origins back
to the Buddha Samantabhadra.