Dukkar in her full form is one of the most complex deities in the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon. Also known as White Umjambalabrella or Sitatapatra. This picture depicts Dukkar in her 1000 armed form. She is white in color with a slightly wrathful expression and is seated in the vajra position. Her left hand holds the handle of a white parasol unfurled above and her right hand is outstretched holding a Dharma Wheel. She has an eye fixed within the palm of every hand. Dukkar grants powerful protection from over 60 classes of spirits, especially if one recites her mantra. It is aforesaid that prayer to Dukkar fortifies our body therefore powerfully that spirits virtually cannot invade. She is incredibly healing and helps to strengthen the body against physical issues.
Dukkar's practice is also very effective for purifying the karma of being wrongly accused, such as in arguments or legal cases. She will be beneficial for those who travel often and who are exposed to risks and dangers daily. From the variety of forms in which she appears, one face, three-faced, 5 two-faced and thousand two-faced, the one thousand two-faced Sitatapatra is the most well-liked and also the type most typically pictured in creative illustration, typically in painting and solid metal.