Also known as Naro Khacho, Naro Dakini, Naro Khachoma, Sarvabuddha dakini, “The essence of all buddhas” is a form of Vajrayogini. Represented as a young woman, she stands on one or both legs, naked, her hair loose, one hand holding a skull cup raised to drink blood, the other hand down, holding a vajra-handled flaying knife. She usually wears a garland of fifty freshly severed heads, some bone ornaments, a skull crown, and has a staff resting against her left shoulder. Her face is semi-wrathful with three eyes. When the pedestal has been preserved, she is seen standing on two victims, surrounded by a halo of flames (sometimes missing).