Vajrasattva is one of the supreme deity in Buddhism, most importantly in Vajrayana Buddhism and is venerated to eliminate spiritual impurities or purification. He is represented in two forms, single and yabyum. He is usually white in color and sits crossed legged holding a bajra in his right hand with palm upward against his chest and a bell in his left resting on his lap.
Tibetan Thangka painting of Vajrasattva
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