The Manjushri Namasangiti Tantra [TBRC W22003] was first translated into Tibetan in the 8th century and re-translated during the Sarma period in the 11th century. Monks and lamas from all Buddhist traditions memorize the Tantra in early childhood. From the standard four classifications of Tantra the Namasangiti is found in both the Yoga and Anuttarayoga Tantra sets. This Tantra introduces seven principal mandalas depicting numerous forms of Manjushri both peaceful and wrathful. The painting of the mandala of Dharmadhatu Vagishvara, the seventh from the group of seven, illustrates over twenty different forms of Manjushri.